This is a set of 63 comprehension questions written to accompany Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. They are broken down by act. There is a mixture of literal comprehension questions, as well as questions that require students to make inferences. Many of these questions are open-ended and require students to think and justify their answers.
These are perfect for kids who need questions to answer as they read to keep them on track, or a list of questions for a teacher doing book chats, whether they are familiar with the text or not. Answer keys are included for convenience. There are two formats available--one that leaves room for students to answer, and one that is more condensed for the teacher to use in conferences or for students to use to answer in journals or in Google Classroom.
*Please know that there are mature themes and content, and you are responsible for selecting appropriate reading material for your students. I bear no responsibility for your instructional choices.
Please check back frequently if you need other sets--I will be adding novels to my store consistently, and eventually creating bundles for teachers to use with their classroom libraries.
The bundle that includes all reading guides can be found here.