This is a 10-question anticipation guide for the book Go Ask Alice, by Anonymous. The questions ask students to write either "true" or "false" as answers to provocative questions about drugs, drug users, family, prostitution, and a number of other topics relevant to the book.
This can be used as a basis for a class discussion, a writing project, small group work, or cooperative learning.
Based on my class's abilities and energy levels, I've done all the above in the years previous.
My favorite activity with an anticipation guide is to designate one side of the classroom as "true" and one side as "false." I have the students move to the side of the room that represents their belief and discuss from there. It's fun and gets the students thinking. I often play devil's advocate if there is an underrepresented side.
This is also a great activity to use after completing the novel as a comparison. I save the handouts from before reading and hand them back at the end.