This writing packet has 44 writing prompts that address The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier.
Each chapter has a writing prompt that incorporates a literary term or addresses the author's craft or structure. Pre-reading and post-reading writing prompts are included as well.
The questions are laid out with an attractive background that older students will appreciate. Writing space is provided for students. You should be able to print (as many as needed!) and teach.
antagonist, author’s choice, characterization, climax, conflict, foreshadowing, inference, language choice, motif, point of view, predicting, protagonist, real-life connection, rising action, setting, structure, symbol, and theme.
When I teach The Chocolate War, I do not use every one of these writing prompts. The variety allows for differentiation, student choice, and options for make-up work.
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