Within the text of Night, there are several topics that run through for students to explore. I have created an assignment that allows you to tailor the work to meet your students needs.
You may allow them to choose and explore topics that you determine.
You can differentiate for your students ahead of time based on your own anecdotal notes and understanding of your own students (administrators LOVE differentiation and when you show that you are reflecting on data).
Allow students to choose from the 9 provided topics (administrators LOVE student choice work, which shows differentiation).
Group work/may be jigsawed and shared out.
may be used as a Literature Circle type of activity.
I have provided directions, examples, and an example of what NOT to do, as well as the graphic organizers and a rubric.
This is aligned with the CCSS of making claims, citing evidence to support an analysis of what the text states as well as inferences drawn; determining a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text, including its relationship to the characters, setting, and plot; provide an objective summary of the text.