For Gloria Whelan's historical fiction account of the forced movement of the Potawatomi tribe in Michigan, here is a full unit for a class study of "Night of the Full Moon ." As it is only seven (7) chapters, it makes a great read-aloud, too.
I include Reading Comprehension Questions for Ch. 1 thru 6, one page each. Then there is a sequence/summary lesson for Ch. 7 which also has stationery and directions for students to use as they respond.
Task cards with Discussion/Writing prompts give students a chance to do some deeper thinking.
There is a quiz for Ch. 1, 2, 3, (one page) and another for Ch. 4, 5, 6, 7 (two pages).
Word study pages are included with the same breakdown as the quizzes.
All answers are included.
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For another historical fiction novel about forced Indian migrations, I have a novel study for Scott O'Dell's -
SING DOWN the MOON
Other Gloria Whelan studies I have include -
LISTENING FOR LIONS