Excerpt for Huckleberry Finn Study Guide

Adventures of Huckleberry

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No high school American Literature credit should be earned without reading Mark Twain!  Written to accompany Twain’s American classic story of Huck and Jim’s trip down the Mississippi River, this literature study guide by Sabrina Justison helps you get the most out of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

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Instead of attempting to examine every element of a book on the first reading, our study guides choose two or three respected literary devices and use them as a focal point.

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Study Guide

Focuses on the following literary devices:

  • irony and satire
  • unreliable narration

The suggested writing assignments:

  • explore the qualities of an anti-hero
  • examine internal and external conflict

This NO-busywork study guide enriches the reading of the book for your homeschooled high school student.

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Study Guide

is an EBook curriculum complete with:

  • background information
  • vocabulary
  • charts for organizing information as you read
  • discussion questions by groups of chapters
  • suggested writing assignments
  • enrichment activities 
  • answer key

This product downloads as two separate PDF files. One file is intended for student use. This document contains fillable fields so students can type their answers directly into the guide. The other document is the answer key, intended for the parent.

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2 Replies to “Excerpt for Huckleberry Finn Study Guide”

  1. Thank you for the work you have put into these guides.
    Just wondering – how long do you approximate for one to go through the guides – for instance -Huckleberry Finn.
    Is it a semester long and if so how many times a week should it be planned for – etc.
    Is there a table of contents or a syllabus I could view? Also one for the cinema guide?

    Thank you.

    • Hi Kellie! Scheduling questions are always a little tricky to answer because the reading speed of your student has a big impact. In general, you can plan for 2-4 weeks for each lit. guide. Huck Finn is a fairly long book, so plan for probably 4 weeks for this one. The reading can be done in as many sessions as your student likes; many kids read for an hour each day, answering questions as they go. Others read for 4 hours in a chunk because they prefer that approach. The questions should be answered as you go along, reading with the study guide close at hand. There are free suggested syllabi for each of the 1-year ELA Bundles, so you could download that for the year that includes Huck Finn (One MORE Year here: https://www.7sistershomeschool.com/product/one-more-year-english-language-arts-11-suggested-syllabus/ ) and look at the work assigned for Weeks 16, 17, 18, and 19 to see how we have laid things out. You don’t HAVE to do it that way, of course! Our syllabus is always just an example of ONE way to schedule the work.

      Cinema Guides are quicker, typically 2 weeks for each title. Students read the introductory material, watch the movie once and makes some notes, answer the questions (and discuss, if working with a group of watching the movies with a parent), then watch the movie a second time, add to their answers, and write in response.

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