This worksheet can be used with any novel or piece of literature that is a progressive story with complex characters and themes. The purpose of this worksheet is to help students look beyond the superficial concepts and delve deeper into the meaning of the story.
I have had great success using this worksheet with novels that are longer in length and require students to analyze characters, their relationships, and important quotations. Instead of teacher-led analysis questions, students are asked to find quotations from the book or story that they believe are important to the overall development of the story. They are asked to find details and examples of characters, their relationships with each other, and how these characters and relationships change during the story. In addition to quotations, they are asked to find examples of literary devices and identify the quotation that exemplifies the literary device. Students are also asked to create Factual, Inductive, and Analytical questions about the chapters they are analyzing.
You can use this worksheet in place of Comprehension Questions and even other activities as it is a comprehensive analytical exercise.