Lockdown: Escape from Furnace by Alexander Smith: Novel Workbook
Lockdown: Escape from Furnace Workbook
>About 1/2 are short answer >About 1/2 require "two complete sentences" >About 3-5 require longer responses >Directions make expectations clear for response length
>Questions for every chapter >Space for responses provided - no additional lined paper required >Images scattered throughout >Colorful cover page >Attractive reading comprehension packet >114 questions >Last three pages are answer key
Lockdown is a GREAT novel for reluctant readers. It features a teen, male protagonist on dark, spine-chilling adventure!
-Why do you think Montgomery isn’t grateful? How does he act towards Alex? -What character transformation takes place in the kitchen? Describe. -At the end of “Hell Hounds”, Alex says “We’re okay.” Who disagrees and what does he say? -The warden’s buddies are coming to visit, and the warden needs to entertain them. He makes an offer to the prisoners: Anyone who designs a competition for the prisoners that the warden likes, will win a week off of work in Furnace. What kind of competition could Alex come up with that would not get anyone killed (hopefully) and that would not get the Skulls mad at him (again)? -What did Donovan thank Alex for?
<>All resources designed for struggling learners. Perfect accommodated resources for special education or below-level learners. Novel workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); roughly 7-8th grade level.