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Measure reading comprehension and support the development of close reading skills with these resources composed of both plot-based and inferential questions designed to help high school students analyze a classic work of Gothic fiction: Dracula by Bram Stoker. With a focus on chapters 25 through 27, this bundle saves teachers valuable time without sacrificing academic rigor. Answer keys and copies of the public domain chapters are included. All materials are delivered as printable PDFs and Word Documents. By engaging with these materials, students will:

  • Identify what the text says both explicitly and implicitly
  • Cite textual evidence in support of claims
  • Make logical inferences relating to character motivations
  • Write with clarity and precision
  • Apply knowledge of literary devices including foreshadowing and situational irony
  • Identify the factors contributing to the postponement of the group’s mission
  • Infer the greater significance of Mina’s characterization in context
  • Identify the sacrifice Mina is willing to make in order to ensure the group’s success
  • Summarize the plan to make Dracula “fall into dust”
  • Articulate the benefit of Dracula’s being turned into dust
  • Analyze how complex characters think about and interact with others
  • Analyze Seward’s psychological state to infer why euthanasia is “an excellent and a comforting word”
  • Articulate what accounts for the group’s miscalculation as to Dracula’s whereabouts
  • Analyze the author’s craft to discern and articulate why Stoker chose to incorporate several brief entries into chapter 25 in contrast to nearly all previous chapters
  • Activate prior knowledge to identify and articulate inconsistencies in plot
  • Articulate how the crew of the Czarina Catherine demonstrate fear
  • Articulate why it is rational that sailors would be more superstitious than many other types of people
  • Identify Petrof Skinsky and what happens to him
  • Identify how specifically Mina is an asset to her team’s mission
  • Articulate the significance of Mina’s hesitation to write down the word vampire
  • Articulate how the Romanian flag benefits Lord Godalming
  • Articulate what specifically bothers Jonathan about Mina’s proximity to the Borgo Pass
  • Discern Mina’s sense of respect and curiosity for her current setting
  • Identify what Mina believes is a primary reason for others’ superstitious behavior
  • Analyze an excerpt to discern and articulate how Mina violates societal expectations
  • Identify how the nature of the interactions between Mina and Van Helsing has changed
  • Articulate methods by which Van Helsing successfully protects himself and Mina from dangers
  • Explore the significance of Van Helsing’s discoveries in the graveyard
  • Identify what confirms to Mina that Dracula has been released from his vampire state
  • Identify what confirms that Morris understood the importance of his work and has no regrets