8th Grade Reading Worksheets To Print:
A Separate Peace
- Take a deeper look at John Knowles' work. What is the setting of the book with regards to the time of year? Why is it significant?
The Call of the Wild
- One of London's first works I have had the pleasure to read. We ask you 14 very specific question on this work.
The Giver - Why was
the Ceremony of Twelves the most important ceremony? What is it called when someone leaves the community? What does it actually mean?
Hatchet - What
is the point of the hatchet? What is the secret that is bothering Brian for the whole book?
Speak - How do the
other students at school treat Melinda? What happened to Melinda that she doesn't want to talk about?
Chocolate War - These are some deep rooted questions that will help you think critically about this work. What is the underlying reason why Jerry won't
sell the chocolates?
League - What seems to be Holmes' greatest strength? Why do you think that Jabez Wilson has brought his problem to Holmes?
Secret and Mystery - Do you agree with the narrator? Why or
why not? According to the narrator, what do people have in common in life and in death?
Things We Dare Not Tell - Read the poem. Then answer the questions such as: Explain the reference to autumn in
the first line of the poem.
16 - Write an analysis of the famous Shakespeare poem. What does it say about love?
- Describe the relationship between Zero and Stanley. What does the title of the book reflect upon?
O Pioneers! - Is the idea of a pioneer the same now as it was
when this poem was written? Do we still have this kind of pioneer?
- How is the ending of the novel a commentary on free will? How do the descriptions of the land alter the attitude that the narrator takes towards