Attached are questions to go along with the dramatic reading of Edgar Allan Poe's "Cask of Amontillado." THERE ARE A TOTAL OF THREE ACTIVITIES TO GO ALONG WITH THE STORY.
The questions cover information about the setting of the story, key events, symbolism, imagery, and irony contained in the story. Questions cover not only comprehension to aid in understanding difficult concepts, but also, there is a chart covering the three types of irony, and one worksheet that focuses on the Symbolism in the story. Students get an in depth look at the many examples of irony and the many symbols (such as the cask, the trowel, and the catacombs) in the story in a way that makes it easier to understand.