William Faulkner in true Southern gothic fashion wrote “A Rose for Emily,” his ghost story, a short story that you will want to share with your students. You will be able to explore the rigid social constraints of women of this time period, the effects of the loss of power and control, and the tensions between those clinging to the ways of the Old South and those pushing for change. It is dense story but not one that will put your students to sleep. It is short but powerful and supports lively discussion. In this packet, you will find twenty close-reading questions with a detailed answer key and a twenty-question reading assessment (multiple choice and matching) with a key.
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Carolann Reznick~Literacy Rigor