Gail Jarrow has written an engaging account of the search for the source of the typhoid fever outbreak in 1907. This is the reader's guide and supplementary materials that I used with my students while we read this book.
Students were asked to find evidence in the text, use timelines, identify arguments of opposing individuals and define words using context clues. This book will fit easily into any life science class or English Language Arts class. In addition, this product works very easily with a DVD which I was able to find at my local library called Typhoid Mary: The Most Dangerous Woman in America.
The product file contains a reader's guide with answers and two comprehension quizzes with answer keys.
The reader's guide is a powerpoint which can be edited, and the quizzes are pdf files.