This two page worksheet on Ray Bradbury's short story has 3 parts. Part 1 is the 20 vocabulary words taken from the story (strew, immortality, touchstone, drowse, lunar, rivet, compound, Minié ball, tremor, askew, rein, benediction, resolute, bindle, baste, flint, helter-skelter, romantic, ramrod, solemn) and copied verbatim in the phrase, clause or sentence from the text. (I usually read these aloud.) Part 2 is matching the words to the definitions and giving the parts of speech; Part 3 is Usage: Completing sentences with the vocab words from the word bank. This can be done in class or as homework. A two page answer KEY is provided. This lesson plan is ready to use; just "add water & stir!"