This novel study for the novel Refugee by Alan Gratz includes a variety of activities that address a wide range of expectations. Each chapter section includes several comprehension questions, a diary entry page, a section for summarizing the chapter and a section for students to look up vocabulary related to the chapter. At the end of the file there are additional activities that can be used at any point during the novel study as well as some activities that should be done after reading the whole text. A digital version is also included that students use with Google Slides. This digital version does not work with Google Read and Write as the text is embedded into the background of the slide.
This novel study includes almost 200 pages of comprehension questions and other activities. I do not recommend using all of these pages but instead you can pick and choose how often you want to assign a page to your students.
Some of the Activities Included:
-comprehension questions related to the chapter
-diary entry pages for each chapter
-vocabulary definition (2 words per chapter that students need to find the definition for)
-summarizing section for each chapter
-A mind map for the word refugee for pre-reading
-A mind map for the novel that can be done at any point
-Venn Diagram character comparison
-An engaging homework activity
-Character interview questions and response activity
-Q and A page to develop question for the author
-Book advertisement page
-Create a book review
-cause and effect