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Help middle and high school students extend beyond general reading comprehension and develop close reading analysis skills while they engage with The Adventures of Ulysses by Bernard Evslin. This set of rigorous questions addresses a brief, but meaningful passage from chapter seven, “Circe.” An answer key is provided. Materials are delivered in printable Word Document and PDF formats. By engaging with this close reading activity, students will:

  • Discern the reason for Ulysses’ reluctance in terms of advancing toward the castle
  • Apply knowledge of literary concepts including internal conflict and personification
  • Discern the significance of the white deer’s appearance
  • Define complex words and phrases in the context of a passage
  • Verify interpretations of language using reference materials
  • Determine which given adjective is most suitable to Ulysses in context
  • Explore the setting’s influence on Ulysses’ psychological state
  • Discern a logical inference in context
  • Isolate a false statement about plot from correct statements