Use the 6 levels of Bloom's Taxonomy (new version) to generate questions for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

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Knowledge: List the locations that Huck and Jim visit while on their river trip. Identify 3 major conflicts that occur during the story. 

Comprehension: Describe, in your own words, Huck's view of slavery.  Explain how and why Huck convinces Jim to come with him.  

Application: Use a quote of Jim's that shows he is a wise character.  OR Apply modern day social norms to Huck's treatment of Jim.  What would Jim take offense to? 

Analysis: Compare and contrast Jim and Huck.  Analyze the transformation that both Huck and Jim go through while on their adventure. 

Synthesis: Create a story board comic strip that narrates the main events, plot points, and plot changes of Huckleberry Finn

Evaluation: Critique Twain's usage of the vernacular language in the story.  Would the story have been more or less effective without the vernacular?

iamkaori | Student

List three examples of personification from the novel.

How would you summarise the plot and objective of the protagonist?

What features does the protagonist possess? (characteristics) Find examples to prove your ideas.

What is the theme of the story?

Can you predict the outcome if Tom and Huck were not mistaken?

Why do you think Huck released Jim?

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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