This document is The Scarlet Letter written in the form of a Readers' Theater. It involves the entire class and can be used to help students understand the major events in the novel. A teacher may use it daily after the class has read that
This study guide breaks up the novel into daily readings. The questions help students comprehend what they are reading, as well as assist in emphasizing the important points in the story. Included is a document listing important families, their
Aligned to the Common Core. Also, my state participates in an end of course exam, so I have attempted to approximate the same types of questions on the quizzes. In addition, the quizzes increase in difficulty, which I felt was reasonable, as I am
As it says in the title, this is a digital breakout; however, it can easily be done without the Google form with answers written on paper. I prefer to use breakouts in groups to encourage collaboration, but other teachers prefer to set up stations.
In this breakout I have included these activities: literary devices, characterization, conflict, theme, and allusions. I use this breakout by putting students into groups and having them work through each activity. I put copies of the activities
This is a breakout activity that you might use either half way through the novel or after you've completed it. Although the book is divided into two sections, I like to use the breakout after chapter 14, or before the start of the trial as a "break"
These questions are meant to lead the student through each chapter of the novel. The questions themselves indicate to the student what is and is not important within the chapters. Any student who can answer these questions will have a complete