These worksheets (part of my Blood on the River novel unit
), go with Elisa Carbone's Jamestown novel Blood on the River.
The first page contains 12 questions covering different types of conflict in the novel (person vs. person, person vs. nature, etc.), as well as a few details connecting those conflicts to the sequence of plot events and key causes and effects. There is also a space for students to draw a conclusion about which type of conflict is most important to the novel as a whole. (There is an answer key to this page.)
The second page allows students to come up with their own examples of each type of conflict. It could be used as notes, practice, or a graded activity.
With a title like Blood on the River, you know this book is all about conflict! I hope these activities will help your students analyze it on a deeper level.
**Teaching Blood on the River? This resource is part of the Blood on the River Novel Bundle.
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