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Extend reading comprehension and support the development of close reading skills for high school with this set of analysis questions covering chapter 11 of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. With this resource, students will focus on significant details in order to develop a deeper understanding of the novel and its craft, thus helping them contribute more meaningfully during class discussions. An answer key is provided. Materials are delivered in Word Document and PDF formats. By engaging with this resource, students will…

  • Analyze the effect of the author’s language upon the reader
  • Explore how complex characters think, behave, develop, and interact
  • Determine tone in context
  • Define unfamiliar and challenging vocabulary in context
  • Apply knowledge of literary devices with an emphasis on callback and situational irony
  • Analyze the symbolism of an object
  • Read closely to isolate logical inferences from less compelling or illogical inferences
  • Write about literature with clarity, accuracy, and precision
  • Support claims with relevant textual evidence and/or reasoned thinking

This resource may serve as the basis for small-group discussions. Through these discussions, students decode language and pose/respond to questions relating to plot, broad topics, and character development, demonstrating an ability to analyze how complex characters transform and advance the plot and themes by applying logic and citing compelling, meaningful textual evidence. They will also evaluate their peers’ reasoning and use of rhetoric to advance claims, clarifying or challenging unclear ideas. Using this resource for structured guidance, students will present information, conclusions, and supporting textual evidence clearly, concisely, and appropriately, thereby helping their peers comprehend their thinking.