This bundle has the 3 lesson plans I wrote for Ray Bradbury’s “The Pedestrian” in one word document; buying them as a bundle saves you a little $: (#1) This two page, 50 question, open book scavenger hunt follows Ray Bradbury's short story in chronological order. Students have to search for answers as they read or reread the story. This activity works well as either an individual directed reading or as a partner assignment. It can also be given as a homework sheet or as an open book quiz. The two page answer KEY is provided. (#2) This two page worksheet on Ray Bradbury's short story, "The Pedestrian" has 3 parts. In Part 1 students match 10 figurative language terms from a word bank to their definitions: parallel structure, alliteration, synaesthesia, metaphor, simile, onomatopoeia, apostrophe, repetition, contrast, pun. In Part 2 students match the same figurative language terms to examples. In Part 3 students identify the type of figurative language used in direct quotations taken from the story. A two page answer KEY is provided.
(#3) This two page, 25 question, multiple choice quiz on Ray Bradbury's "The Pedestrian" is scantron ready. It assesses the students' comprehension and understanding and has different levels of questions from recall, details, concepts, and analysis. A student answer sheet is provided if you don't have/use scantron, and an answer KEY is also provided, making this 5 pages in all.