Two sets of comprehension questions to be used when reading the novel by Louis Sachar.
The first set of questions are basic. Students who complete these will have a good understanding of what happens and who's who in the novel.
The more comprehensive detailed reading questions are designed to stimulate deeper analysis, to get students thinking about characters' motivations, and to get them to evaluate action, character, vocabulary, and the structure of the novel.
Why two sets?
My primary need for differentiated activities is for when I'm teaching mixed ability groups. The basic questions are designed for weaker students, who need to come to grips with plot and character, but who may struggle with higher-order tasks.
There are 463 questions in the basic, low-order questions set. The other set contains 343 questions.
The answer keys for both sets of questions are included.
If you are only interested in the basic questions, or if you want to read more about these, check out Holes - Detailed Low-Order Reading Questions
Details of the second set of questions can be found at Holes - Detailed Reading Questions with Answers
The preview file includes all questions and answers for Chapter 1 - 4.