The QUOTE HUNT method is a useful tool to review chapter one of Elie Wiesel's Night. There is a proposed lesson plan/activity included. It could also serve as a solid homework assignment because it asks the students to read, identify and connect with the material in an unconventional way (compared to comprehension questions).
I have found the QUOTE HUNT method to be powerful with many types of learners and useful for all types of readings. For Night's Chapter One, there are approximately 25 "clues" provided to the students so that they can identify significant and important aspects of the memoir from the opening pages. My students tend to find this assignment more interactive and fun as it is a little different and gives them a little more independence and freedom with their interpretation of the text.
Students are asked to identify and find passage(s) that connect to each provided “clue”. They are prompted to record one or more quote(s) that they feel best matches the context clues along with page numbers. The beauty in this lies in the comprehension and in the INDIVIDUAL interpretation
This activity is on a word document so you can make necessary adjustments--add or subtract what is best for your class! I have been using the Quote Hunt method for years and hope you find it a valuable classroom resource.