Workbook: -11 pages (including cover) -Questions: 4-9 questions for each chapter -Question styles vary: fill-in-the-blank, short response, full response, and a few asking students to sketch a scene -Vocabulary practice: 2-5 words per chapter -Answer key on last 3 pages -Images scattered throughout
This workbook was made for below grade level freshmen. Questions are not high order; they are basic reading comprehension. Many are wh- questions (who, what, when, etc). It is an organized workbook with page numbers for each chapter, and, vocabulary words for each chapter. Each vocab section has space for images - for students to draw an image to connect with the definition (increases retention).
Example Questions: Ch. 3: No one would be coming around his trap lines. Why not? Ch. 4: What has Johnny done that shows he is nervous or worried? Ch. 5: What woke the old man from his nap? Ch. 6: Through whose point of view is this chapter? Ch. 7: A lone wolf is ___________ but a pack of hungry wolves is ___________. Ch. 9: When extremities start to freeze, to where does blood migrate?