"Trouble slips" (post-its) can be used by students in a 'first time' read through of "Raisin" to identify their comprehension trouble spots. e.g. In group discussion, students can go to the trouble slips to begin conversations and gain comprehension from classmates.
"One question, one comment" can be used with students 'frame' their reading while going through the scenes of "Raisin." e.g. Students must come prepared with a question about the reading passage and likewise be able to comment on another's question.
"Pencil/eraser" can be used as a graphic organizer to 'deepen comprehension' about the plot of "Raisin." At the point, students write about what a character wishes he had done; at opposite, what a character wishes she could erase. e.g. Walter's trust in Willy with his inheritance money.
SOAPS (Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Speaker) can be used as a method of 'collaboration' for students to discuss "Raisin", much like a literature circle. e.g. A student could assume the role of 'Subject' to discuss housing, poverty, racism.