Here are some resources I created to use with my book clubs.
I created a novel study for Five Feet Apart by Rachel Lippincott. It started off as a way for my students to doodle on book note pages while we talked about the book, plus the in-depth discussion questions I devised for our meetings. Then, I added some helpful bookmarks. After that, I added a quick quiz for each of the five sections. And it goes without saying that there needed to be answer keys for the discussion questions and quick quizzes. Let’s throw a vocabulary activity into the resource. Oh yeah – and how about some other extension activities, like a Cystic Fibrosis research project, a political cartoon activity, and a crossword puzzle activity (you know, for those early finishers). Well, you can see, what started off pretty small grew to be something very comprehensive. I even made the discussion questions and quick quizzes digital by using Google Forms™. And, because I’m all about flexibility, I also offer the discussion questions as task cards and PowerPoint/Google Slides™.