Use this map worksheet anytime during the last section of Mark Twain’s classic American novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The students’ task is to dig back into the text as they chart Huck Finn’s numerous adventures along the Mississippi River. The map, which starts in his hometown of St. Petersburg, Missouri, and finishes at the Phelps’ family farm in southern Arkansas, includes 13 different stops/adventures for students to track/review.
I usually allow students to complete this worksheet in teams of two, though it would work just as well as a solo or homework activity. You could use this at the very end of your study as review material for your exam, but I like to use it during chapters 35-39 to break-up the tiresome nonsense that Tom Sawyer makes all of us endure at the end of the novel. A team activity like this map is just the right thing to revitalize the class during that section of the text.
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