Worth Teacher's Guide

Worth Teacher's Guide
Keep your students involved in reading with the projection and discussion questions in this teacher's guide for Worth. Cross-curricular projects will deepen students' understanding of the story as they learn more about the social conditions of the late nineteenth century.

Grade Levels: 4 - 7

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Worth
A. LaFaye

Nathaniel busted his leg and can't do farm work anymore, so his father adopts another son through the Orphan Train. Feeling replaced and useless, Nathaniel attends school for the first time. Meanwhile, John is able to do the work that earns Pa's attention. But John Worth has his own set of troubles. He has no one, until a community battle and a special book reveal a potential friend—and a chance for understanding.
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