Here is a detailed comprehension workbook for Chapter 10 of Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Jekyll and Hyde'. This is basically a mini scheme/unit of work in a booklet and would work brilliantly as either revision for your students, independent study work for cover, or for students to actively read the text and consolidate their understanding as they read.
Huge range of comprehension questions exploring plot, character, themes, context and writer’s messages and intentions. Questions are in chronological order (in line with events from the text) so very easy to follow and is an ideal teaching tool to ensure students are actively reading and engaging with the text as you teach it.
Covers everything they need to know for the chapter really. Due to the challenging nature of the source text, I'd say this is more geared towards middle and higher ability students.