Novel Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.8.9

Core Standard

To explain or explore good works of literature you first need to be a virtuous reader. A book that follows a fictitious narrative with some sense of realism is called a novel. Novels often attempt to take the reader out of their world for a bit and transport them into the fictious world created by the author. When you are analyzing modern works, the primary goal is to first understand the theme of the work fully. What is the message the writer is working to achieve? There are many tried and true themes that span generations in all literature. As you continue to build your internal library of works covered, draw upon past works that you have experienced to develop themes and look deeper into works that are in front of you. These worksheets help students learn a process to analyze modern works more fully.









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