This package includes:
Study Guide with an essay question!
Final Test with Multiple Choice, Vocabulary, and Essay question on the novel.
45 Multiple Choice questions and vocab
1 Essay prompt
Final Test Key
First, students connect the epigraph with the chapter it precedes, and write a theme statement for the epigraph and chapter. Then, they will research the origin of the epigraph, and explain how it relates to the chapter, then they create a visual
After reading Part One, this scaffolding activity helps students understand and discover a theme statement for the novel. Step-by-step instructions ensure your student writes a statement, not a one-word theme!
Students choose the most important word of a selected excerpt of Chains, and explain how it relates to the novels conflict, plot, and tone. They will also illustrate and define the word.
This can be manipulated easily for any excerpt.