TABLE OF CONTENTS >Table of contents >Chapter questions & vocab >Graphic organizers >Book review form >Crossword puzzle >Keys
Details >Covers the whole novel
>Questions for every chapter >11 vocab activities >108 questions total >22 pages total - Last 4 are keys >Keys included >Six graphic organizers >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. >13% of questions have no wrong answer: Open-ended to encourage independent thinking. >Vocabulary activities include sketching/doodling
--3 character-based Venns
--2 detailed character-based organizers
--1 story mountain organizer
>Character graphic organizers are specific to the text (not generic).
Three types of questions in every chapter:
Short Response (complete sentences not required)
Complete Response (complete sentences required)
Example Chapter Questions >Who disrespects Bryan’s Ma at school? >List three reasons Bryan enjoys having Big Will as a friend. >What does Bryan see in his reflection in the windows as he and Mike walk home? >Mike apologizes to Bryan’s mother. He promises Bryan he won’t get him in trouble again. Take a moment, then make a prediction about what you think might happen next. Two+ sentence minimum >There’s a simile on the last page of chapter 32. What is the whole sentence, including the simile? >Why is Bryan mad at himself at the end of chapter 26? >T / F Bryan is not 100% sure he wants to cut school. >Why does Bryan wish he was like Luke Cage? Explain. Two+ sentence minimum
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ <>All resources are designed for struggling learners. Perfect modified or alternative resources for special education or below-level learners. Novel workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); roughly 7th grade level.