Of Mice and Men Chapter 1 Questions

Instructor: Jason Lineberger

Jason has 20 years of education experience including 14 years of teaching college literature.

If you're using 'Of Mice and Men' in your class, then you may need some questions to check understanding or prompt a discussion. These questions begin at the recall level and move into higher order thinking.

Types of Questions

The questions below fall into two major categories. The first set of questions can be used to check for understanding, or they can be given before a reading assignment to guide students to particular details. The second set of questions will push students to use higher order thinking skills, from analysis to synthesis, and evaluation. These questions can start a class debate, focus a small group discussion, or provide an essay prompt on an assessment.

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