In this novel study, students will understand how two or more central ideas are developed over the course of the novel. They will analyze the author’s style and determine how the author’s choices in setting, character, and style impact meaning.
The lesson includes the following items:
• Teacher’s Guidelines
• Suggested pre-reading and post-reading activities
• Links to helpful websites
• An anticipation guide
• Vocabulary lists (one with definitions and one without)
• Vocabulary quiz with answer key
• Group presentation assignment and rubric for grading
• Essay assignment
• Discussion questions
• Character descriptions
• Novel summary and chapter summaries
• Graphic organizers
This product is designed for grades 10-12.
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