This 27-page document provides you with complete material for carrying out a unit on SAT Reading practice using excerpts from I Am Malala. The packet only works with the prologue, and chapters 13, and 21-22, which narrows the focus and helps to put an emphasis on digging into the analysis of the text. Since the SAT typically selects at least 1 text on a social issue, the outside source information included for analysis will allow you to discuss the social issues present in Pakistan. And since non-fiction texts used for testing on the SAT may include multiple text comparisons, graphic information, and Duckworth’s speech, “Grit,” has been included to apply to Malala’s chapters. In this product you will receive a beautiful student packet complete with an opening activity, a total of 5 multiple choice/text excerpt sets, short response questions, answers keys for everything, and bonus material. I cannot include the full chapters for I Am Malala for copyright reasons, but you will be pleased with what is available to you in this purchase. Please note that there are no lesson plans or notes on how to teach the material. So the person who purchases this material will need to rely on his/her own teaching strategies, but will have plenty of useful material to use to prepare students for the SAT Reading section. Finish the unit with your own SAT test samples, and you will be very pleased with this product! Thank you for your interest.