Night Flights by Philip Reeve (prequel of Mortal Engines series): Novel Workbook
Night Flights by Philip Reeve: Three short stories set in the world of Mortal Engines.
> Covers the whole book > Vocabulary activity for every chapter > About 5% of questions are open-ended thought questions to encourage independent thinking. The rest have right/wrong answers. > 195 chapter questions > Key > Book Review Form at end which can be used for ANY novel, a great resource
CONTENTS Table of contents Pgs. 1-14: Chapter questions and vocab Pgs. 15-16: Book Review Form: This can be used for ANY book! A GREAT resource all year/career long! Asks student to: describe protagonist, summarize book, tell if they recommend it (or not) and why, and rate it. Pgs. 17-18: Character Graphic Organizers Pgs. 19-21: Answer key Pg. 22: Miscellaneous
QUESTIONS Three types of questions for each chapter
Short answer (complete sentences not required)
Written answer (complete sentences required)
Example Questions -What are a pack of predator villages following? -What brought back memories for Anna that she had put away? -Why does Anna have tears in her eyes in the hangar? -Why doesn’t Stilton want to do a test flight? What are three things which Anna knows will occur when Anna starts the engines of Jenny Haniver? -Anna does not know everything about airships, so why does she tell Stilton otherwise? Two sentences minimum -Anna and Anders both lost their families. Anna and Anders both lived on cities that were eaten. Yet, they have different attitudes and think about their losses differently. What is different between their experiences? How might those experiences affect their attitudes/beliefs? Three sentences minimum -How does Anna outsmart and damage Fastitocalon after the Dalkey gets stuck? Two sentences minimum
<>Resources are designed for struggling learners. Perfect modified or alternative resource for special education or below-level learners. Not all high order questions. Reflective/no wrong answer inquiries encourage independent thinking & discussion. Roughly 7-8th grade level.