This worksheet will aid your students in re-telling the story Hill of Fire by Thomas P. Lewis. Cued Retell is an excellent comprehension activity to ensure students' understanding of the story. Students work in pairs. One student retells while the other records on the worksheet. If the re-teller mentions the cue, the recorder places a check mark in the "without cue" column. When the re-teller is finished, the recorder asks if there is anything else that he/she remembers. If additional cues are mentioned, they are marked in the "without cue" column. Then the recorder asks what the re-teller remembers about each of the unmentioned cues and if he/she is able to elaborate, the "with cue" column is marked. The roles are switched and the second student re-tells the story. This is an excellent way to encourage each student to talk and to be heard.