This product contains 6 worksheets (one page front and back) that include a combination of double-entry journals with an emphasis on character relationships and mood using textual evidence and scene summaries. When I use these worksheets, I have students form "collegiate study groups" to read the text together and pick out lines that support their understanding of the text. The information can be later used to spur discussion or for larger essays.
The double-entry journal is generally considered a "best practice" for ESL learners. I have used these with my own ESL students with success.
Also included is a graphic organizer with sentence stems to facilitate writing an essay on the topic "
The novella is divided into the following worksheets:
01) Chapter 1 (Double-Sided)
02) Chapter 2 (Single-Sided)
03) Chapter 3 (Double-Sided)
04) Chapter 4 (Double-Sided)
05) Chapter 5 (Double-Sided)
06) Chapter 6 (Double-Sided)
07) Written Response Prompt, Organizer, and Rubric (Four Pages)
NOTE: There are no answer keys along with this document. All double-entry journals and have a range of pages listed, according to the Penguin edition, that correspond to where textual evidence can be found. This gives students the freedom to analyze a variety of lines without having to dig through an entire chapter. PLEASE look closely at the attached samples before buying to make sure these will work well for your students and your learning goals.
All worksheets are attached in both .doc (for editing) and .pdf (for format).
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