I have broken the Hatchet into 5 separate study sessions. This way if you teach from the Hatchet Literature Guide once per week you will be able to teach the entire book in 5 weeks. This is great for home school co-ops or for traditional teachers that would like to incorporate non-traditional reading into their class rooms. This literature guide is amazing for summer reading as well.
The literature unit includes vocabulary from each of the sections. I have also included reading comprehension questions after the vocabulary section so that after you finish reading to the class you can ask questions to see if the students are listening, but to also see if they understand what was just read to them. Journal questions after the comprehension questions. All of the journal questions are to help the student to incorporate the ideals of the book into their life. These question should not be given letter grade but instead graded on thought process. After the journal question is an idea for either a lesson or for classroom involvement.