This handout provides several questions pertaining to a Wolf in Sheep's Clothing. The questions are focused on the moral of the story, character development, and sequencing. This resource is differentiated depending on which version of the Fable you are using. It is flexible for your class. Please note: The second question for each worksheet asks students to compare "The Fox and the Crow." It can be skipped or worked into the curriculum so that students are reading both Fables and drawing comparisons.
The "Square / Triangle" worksheet is considered "high / medium." It aligns most closely to the original Aesop Fable. The book I used was created by Dover Publications.
The "Circle" worksheet is considered "low / low-medium" but can be easily modified. It uses the "Reading A-Z" version of Aesop's Fable.
Both worksheets ask the same questions, they are just tailored to the original or modified version. The main piece that this matters for is the sequencing, as the "plot" is slightly different in the two version. This could also be used as a great way to compare two Fables/stories and hit another standard.
Please feel free to send me a message and ask questions, and if you need any simple modifications due to the book chosen let me know.