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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The - Study Guide

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Click here for a sample section of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Study Guide!      Check out the E-Guide version, available immediately!      Get the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn HERE

Considered the great American novel! Lewis Carroll Shelf Award Winner, Great Books of the Western World, #23 on The 100 Best Novels Written in English, #31 on The 100 Greatest Novels of All Time.

A combination of adventure story and social satire, Twain's novel is considered by many to be the quintessential American Novel.

Huckleberry Finn - the outcast of the Mississippi River town of St. Petersburg, Missouri, and son of a drunkard, habitual truant, smoker and liar - is going to be civilized by the widow and her sister, Miss Watson, even if it kills him! Though he chafes under their regime, bit by bit Huck reforms. When Huck's Pap returns from downriver somewhere, all the widow's good work is undone. Pap takes Huck off to a cabin in the woods and then, one day when Pap leaves Huck alone and heads to town to see about getting his hands on Huck's $6,000.00 (Huck's share of the money he and Tom Sawyer took from the robbers in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer).

Huck escapes from his abusive father, Joining forces with Jim, a runaway slave. Together the two fugitives float down the Mississippi River, encountering trouble at every turn and conflicts between societal expectations and their own inclinations and experiences. Huck finds himself having to choose between what society expects him to do and what his heart tells him is right.

Through Mark Twain’s classic adventure of friendship, slavery, coming-of-age, and freedom, students will learn:

Author Biography: Learn about Mark Twain and the fascinating background behind the author and novel.

Vocabulary words used throughout the novel, utilizing a variety of activities to stimulate retention and growth.

Literary Techniques: In context, dialect, personas, jargon, synonyms, descriptive writing, extended metaphor, simile, hyperbole, personification, turning point/crisis, dramatic plot structure, exposition, rising action, denouement.

Moral Lessons and Character Values: Heaven/Providence, prayer, superstition, moral decisions, compassion, conscience, breaking the law to do good (anti-slavery), hypocrisy, true believers vs. false prophets.

Activities and Writing Assignments: Research slavery in the early 1800s, Map work including the Mississippi River, creative writing story version, analyze controversial issues, quest for freedom theme, letter to editor, analyze racism elements, upbringing/societal vs. one’s conscience, decision making, timelines, diorama, illustrations, newspaper article, dramatic production, field trips.

Suggestions for Further Reading:  We include an in-depth reading list of more books by the same author(s) and other books and movies that tie in with, or are similar to, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.

All of the unit lessons are written from a Christian perspective!

Features and Benefits of the study guide

 Printed Workbook Format

  • Large 8.5x11 format is convenient to read and easy on the eyes
  • Every question has plenty of whitespace for student’s answers
  • Encourages neat and clean handwriting practice
  • Easily transports without the need for a laptop or other expensive equipment
  • Provides a permanent record of the student’s work
  • Convenient, removable answer key included for the teacher!

 CD Format

  • Provides the study guide in universally compatible PDF format (works on Mac AND Windows)
  • No costly software purchases necessary
  • Our Interactive Study Guide should be opened with the FREE Adobe Reader program. With the interactive feature, students have the capability of entering their answers directly on the computer and saving their work in progress.
    Note: Mobile Devices/Tablets may require alternative app that supports and saves fillable form fields.
  • Or choose to conveniently print what you need, when you need it:
    • Print the whole guide at once
    • Print single lessons or pages as the student completes them
    • Print multiple copies of the entire guide for classroom sets
  • Easy to use with multiple students
  • Complete separate answer key file included for the teacher!
Recommended Grade Level:
9-12
Setting:
Midwest America, 1840s
Genre:
American Literature, Historical Literature
Workbook ISBN:
978-1-58609-358-7
CD ISBN:
978-1-58609-605-2
Study Guide Author:
Gregory Power
For the Book By:
Mark Twain
Study Guide Page Count:
78 pages

Reviews

  • 4
    Good material

    Posted by Twila on 22nd Jul 2020

    The questions and projects are solid, thought-provoking material, and the topic very relevant for current events. I know it is for copyright purposes, but it would be helpful if the data from the CD could be copied and pasted to Word so that the teacher can decide how the worksheets are laid out for the students.

  • 5
    Arrived timely

    Posted by Stephanie B. on 5th Sep 2016

    Arrived timely, study guides can be as involved or as simplified as one chooses. Please make more of them, as you superced any others I have found to date!