This novel study for Walk Two Moons
includes chapter questions, two before reading activities, key idea and details activities, context clue and language activities, inferencing activities, and writing prompts.
Questions are text dependent and written specifically for this novel.
There are fifteen pages of chapter questions for this novel, Walk Two Moons
by Sharon Creech. Each page has eight questions including main idea and detail questions, context clue questions, and inferencing questions with space for students' answers. These can be used for interactive notebook pages or for chapter assessments of these important reading skills.
The three key idea and details activities include a character map for Sal, a setting activity, and a sequence of events activity.
The three context clue and language pages include finding context clues and choosing the best definition, finding and explaining the context clues, and identifying and explaining figurative language.
The four inferencing activities include:
An inference chart about quotes from the story
Inferring character traits
Inferring themes, and
A "what if" activity.
This novel study supports a number of the Reading: Literature standards, especially those involving using text-based evidence, determining main ideas and details, using context clues, and making inferences.
Also see more novel study assignments here.
For specific reading skills, see Task Cards
and Informational Text
From Classroom in the Middle