This 11-page literatue study is jammed-packed with lots of great graphic organizers and questions to help integrate social studies and reading. The book American Revolution is the nonfiction companion to Revolutionary War on Wednesday, but it can be read alone. Even if you are not reading this exact book on the Revolution, many of the questions and graphic organizers are general enough that this could be used with whatever text you are reading on the American Revolution. This can be done as whole-group or in your reading groups. Many of the questions are fill-in-the-blank style that have worked very well for my students, in that it makes them read the text carefully for those important key words. Other skills include main idea and supporitng details, sequencing, vocabulary, illustrating and labeling, cause and effect, and summarizing, and compare and contrast. If your class is studying the American Revolution, then this is the tool to not only help them understand the content, but increase their reading of nonfiction.