How might loneliness or the fear of it motivate or influence a person’s choices? What happens when a person is forced to give up on their dreams? What makes the migrant lifestyle difficult? What parallels exist between the expectations and actions of women portrayed in the resources and modern society?/emAuthors write about what they know, their experiences, and the world in which they live. Context-based questions give students the framework for a deeper analysis and understanding of John Steinbeck’sOf Mice and Men/em.Resource Features: Six discussion activities Ten text analysis activities Alignment to Common Core State Standards (CCSS)Each Discussion Activity: Provides background and a discussion question Includes multiple resource texts (informational) Presents related excerpts from the novel Is three to four reproducible pagesEach Text Analysis Activity: Provides a quotation from the novel Presents three differentiated prompts that pertain to the quotation Contains a personal reflection prompt, a critical-thinking prompt, and a literary analysis prompt Is one reproducible pageCopyright 2017. High school. Reproducible. 40 pages.Book Download: PDF. Adobe Reader required to view PDF.Print Book: Spiral-bound. 8 x 11 inches.img alt=”” src=”//aedownload.net/teachersdiscovery/images/Author_Allison_Peterson.jpg” style=”float: left; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid; margin: 0px 6px; height: 170px; padding-right: 10px;” /About the AuthorAllison Peterson has long loved reading, writing, and helping others. While earning her undergraduate degree at Michigan State University, deciding to pursue a degree in secondary English education was easy. Twelve years later, teaching has taken her from Michigan to Colorado to the Republic of Kosovo, and now, to Vietnam. Living abroad has allowed for extensive travel–29 countries and counting. Allison seeks out adventures involving the outdoors, cooking, language, and other new experiences. In December 2016, Allison completed a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University, and has since transitioned from classroom teaching to workplace development and training. Allison has been a freelance curriculum writer for four years and enjoys sharing the skills she honed as a teacher with other teachers, and focusing on fostering student agency and enthusiasm toward the curriculum.