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Bud Not Buddy Q&A Presentation

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Item #:194QA
$9.99
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194QA
Available immediately after purchase as a download.
Bud Not Buddy Study Questions on Presentation Slides | Q&A Presentation
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Add a visual element to your lesson plans with our Q&A slide presentation for Bud Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis! Project question and answer slides for your whole class to interact with.

Never have to write "the answers" for students to copy from your board again.

It Includes:

• Short Answer Questions & Answers
• Multiple Choice Questions & Answers
• Essay/Discussion Questions
• Contents & Menu Navigation
• Slide-to-Slide Navigation

Notes:
Short answer and multiple choice questions are listed by book section. Essay and discussion questions are for the whole book.

All questions are taken from our LitPlan Teacher Pack for Bud Not Buddy, but you don’t need to have/use the LitPlan to use this slide presentation.

Short answer and multiple choice questions come in both QQQAAA and QAQAQA formats.

Although this works sort-of like a PowerPoint, it uses Adobe Flash, so no expensive software program is needed. Flash comes already installed on most computers, and if yours doesn’t have it, you can download it free at Adobe.com https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

This item is a product to download, with instant access. Q&A Presentations are also available on CD as a part of the Bud Not Buddy Combo Pack product, along with the LitPlan and Puzzle Pack.

Copyright Information:

All materials are copyrighted and may not be copied or distributed in any way. These presentations are for classroom use of one teacher in his/her own classroom. All rights reserved.

To View The Presentation:

After you purchase and download the zipped file, go to the file, unzip it (double click or right click and "unzip" or "extract"), then double click on the tpet_authors.exe file. That will launch the presentation. Navigate using the on-screen navigation. Hit the keyboard ESC key to exit the presentation.