True or False - The Hobbit

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Grade Level
High School
Length of Time
Homework and 45 minutes

In this lesson, the students will read The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, and they will have questions to answer on the worksheet.


Learn how to locate specific examples in text
Remembering events that happened in the text

Materials Needed

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
Worksheet I have included in this lesson


First, you will need to copy the worksheet that I have included in this lesson so that each student can have a copy. After that, you can assign them the book, The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien to read at home. As they read, they need to take notes. When they have completed their reading assignment, you can pass out their worksheet to do in class. Then, they can submit their papers to you for grading. Worksheet on The Hobbit

Directions: Look at each statement and then write True or False in each blank.

1. _____

Gandalf found the ring and gave it to Bilbo.

2. _____

Bilbo left after the dwarfs left on their journey to the mountain.

3. _____

The dwarfs entered Bilbo's hole.

4. _____

The goblins grabbed Bilbo and the dwarfs.

5. _____

The trolls caught the dwarfs.

6. _____

The goblins lived in a cave where there were tunnels.

7. _____

Gandalf was the evil dragon.

8. _____

Bilbo found the ring in the trolls camp.

9. _____

The dwarfs cleaned up their mess in Bilbo's hole.

10. _____

The ring had a lot of power and made Bilbo invisible.

11. _____

Smaug was the evil dragon.

12. _____

Bilbo was not brave.

13. _____

Gandalf was the wizard.

14. _____

The dwarfs had beards.

15. _____

The hobbits were smaller than the dwarfs.

16. _____

The Hobbit is not the prelude to the Lord of the Rings.

17. _____

J.R.R. Tolkien wrote The Hobbit

18. _____

Bilbo was called a burglar.

19. _____

Bilbo was brave.

20. _____

The Hobbit is a fantasy.


You can grade them on the correct answers.

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