This task organizer is meant to be used over the entire course of the novel. Below, you can see the major tasks and their purpose. I typically hate "novel packets" that simply list questions for each chunk of reading. I find that too many students copy other's work instead of putting their own though into the novel. To combat this, I have designed a task organizer that I believe requires deep level thinking that, for the most part, cannot be copied.
Timeline Chart - To help students keep track of upcoming due dates throughout the novel study
Character Chart - To keep track of character development
Technology Chart - To make text-to-world connections between the dated technology of F451 and our modern day equivalents
Literature Circles Descriptions and Task Organizers - To help guide student lead discussions about the novel (I schedule two small group talks before we finish with our Socratic Seminar)
Class Journals - 8 bell ringer quick writes to prime students for the big topics in F451 (I use these as journals at the beginning of each class to both review the previous day's readings and get students thinking about bigger ideas before our Socratic Seminar)