IN EVERY CHAPTER >2-8 reading comprehension questions >Questions are mixed format: long responses (complete sentences), short response, and true/false >Occasionally questions require sketches >Directions make expectations clear for response length >Vocabulary activity (for 95% of chapters)
>40 pages total, last 5 are answer key >Crossword puzzle review of most vocabulary words at end >Colorful cover page >Attractive reading comprehension packet-Images scattered throughout
EXAMPLE QUESTIONS -Who is Black Jake and why is he called that? -The shore scene at Port Royal was similar to Bristol, except for what? -What is the change in the relationship between Nancy and Minerva by the end of chapter 11? -What divides the outlaw from the law abiding? -What two similes are used to describe the wind on page 228? -What scars does Nancy have “to this day”? -What foreshadowing does the reader get at the bottom of page 351? -Why does Nancy choose to stay as a pirate rather than return to England with Graham?
<>All resources are designed for students slightly below grade level. Questions are not all higher order thinking questions (a few are); they are roughly 7-8th grade level questions. This is a perfect accommodated reading alternative for below grade level high school students or high school special education students who struggle with reading.