>Questions for every chapter >13 pages, last three pages are answer key >64 questions total >Six questions are subjective/perspective questions (no wrong answer) >Various levels of thinking required, but most questions are wh- questions (who, where, when, what) so this is modified for lower readers >Some require complete sentences, some short answer; the directions make expectations clear >Images scattered throughout >An attractive reading comprehension packet
Example Questions -What is the difference between how Wayne views the stories and how Eldon views them? -Why do you think Uncle David repeats the story? Who is the story for?
-List at least five smells, sounds, textures, scents, or tastes of winter.
-Father uses a lot of descriptive language, such as simile and metaphor, in describing life on the farm. What are three similes or metaphors that father uses in this chapter? -Jerseys and Holsteins are types of what?
<>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); these are roughly 8th grade level.