Due to state testing, for two weeks every May my teaching schedule goes haywire and all of my classes are disrupted. In order to keep the students on task, I developed this unit in which they can independently read a Goosebumps book for six days... the day we begin we spend an entire period learning about book censorship based on information from the American Library Association. I collect as many "challenged" books as I can, and we review why each book has had to defend itself against censorship (I try not to share MY opinions, to keep them objective!). The ALA always has good bookmarks, mini posters, etc. that you can download & laminate to get the kids interested. The unit is usually received well by students, and most of them continue reading and finish the book on their own. The student workbook is 11 pages in total.