Nicholas Cook - Analyzing Music in Sonata Form
Questions from chapter eight of
A Guide to Musical Analysis.
Cook, N. (1987). 
A guide to musical analysis. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. Braziller.

How unified is the material presented in the exposition?
Are there obvious contrasts of thematic and non-thematic materials?
Are the themes strongly contrasted with one another?
How is the transition between the structurally opposed areas of the exposition achieved?
Does the modulation serve more to link or to separate the structural keys?
Does the second thematic area simply coincide with the move to the new key or does it serve to clinch a move that has already been made?
What is the tonal and thematic plan of the development?
Does it fall into clearly marked sections?
When does the home key begin to be clearly implied?
Is the tonic used in the development and if so, how?
Is there new material?
Is there a caesura reflecting the beginning of the recapitulation?
Is this projected as a point of structural resolution?
Where is the point of highest tension?
How is the recapitulation altered against the exposition and why?
Is there important material which is not finally stated in the tonic?
If there is a coda, what brings it about?