Your students are going to love this book. I’m a reading teacher who believes in the power of a good book to turn a nonreader into a reader; this book will do that. Therefore, I tread lightly when it comes to “worksheets” and the kind of busy work that can turn a kid off from reading. I’m giving you a whole lot of “worksheet” material here; I hope you’ll find ways to use it to augment the reading experience, rather than distract from Draper’s incredible piece of literature.
: I did not provide answers to these questions! Many have more than one correct answer, are open to interpretation, or ask for student opinion. All the questions are pretty straight-forward, and anyone who has read the novel should have no difficulty answering them.
I use a lot of the questions for whole-class discussion, and sometimes I use the questions as a homework reading check or individual response/formative assessments. I’ve provided them to you in a Word document so you can cut and paste and adapt as you need.
Looking for more Copper Sun materials?
You can check out my Copper Sun
vocabulary activities on TpT by clicking here
My Copper Sun - Middle Passage
activity builds background knowledge for Chapters 7 - 10 in the book. It is a FREE
part of a larger collection of Before, During, and After Reading Activities
I've published for the book.
I hope you find these materials useful and will post feedback on TpT to let me know how they work out in your classroom.