This is a complete ready-to-go set of questions (162) to provoke and test students' learning when studying the short novel by John Steinbeck.
This product features a number of different types and styles of questions. Some focus on reading and basic fact-finding. Some seek opinions from students on action or character, and encourage them to justify those opinions. Others ask students to explain terms, words, or pieces of dialogue from the text. By paying close attention to the text, and with occasional use of their dictionaries, students should be able to answer all questions.
I usually give each student a copy of the questions when we begin the novel, and then use as homework, classwork etc.. It gives students a chance to show off their knowledge of the events in the novel. I'm often amazed to rediscover that students love the routine of answering questions in this format.
Students could write the answers, or if they have read chapters independently, the questions can be asked orally to ensure understanding.
There are 162 questions in total. It's a 6 page student handout, in Word format, so editable to suit your class. The 9 page answer key is also included. I have not included spaces for students to write on the worksheet because I find this very wasteful of paper, and I think this limits their answers. (Many students base their answers on how much space is available)
The preview file contains the questions and answer key for Chapter 1. Even if you don't purchase my product, this will give you a useful start to your study of this thought-provoking novel.
This product, and my other resources for The Moon is Down can be purchased at a reduced rate as part of a bundle. Check out The Moon is Down - Active Learning Resources Bundle for Mixed Ability
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