You and your students will find this book hard to put down! The Boys in the Boat
is the true story of nine working-class young men who demonstrated to Nazi Germany that grit, strength, and perseverance could overcome the greatest odds in the 1936 Olympics. Central to the book is the story of Joe Rantz, whose journey of strength came out of repeated personal hardship.
You'll find comprehension questions for every chapter of this book. Questions can be used for small group or whole class discussion, or for responding to journal prompts
as students reread passages in search of text evidence to support their answers.
You might also like these other nonfiction book studies:
I am Malala: Young Readers edition
Hidden Figures Nonfiction Study Guide Young Readers Edition
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