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Summer Novel Study Curriculum Guide - The Hunger Games
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
The odds that readers will enjoy a summer reading project will be in your favor if you choose Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games as the anchor text. The richly detailed plans included in this resource make it easy to volunteer to include...
A Teacher’s Guide to the Signet Classic Edition of George Orwell’s 1984
9th - 12th
Whether you're new to using Nineteen Eighty Four in the classroom or you're an Orwell veteran, the materials in this teacher's guide are a valuable addition to your curriculum. The suggested activities prompt readers to create a newspeak...
An Educator's Guide to Matched by Ally Condie
7th - 10th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewEven supposed Utopian societies have their flaws. Using an educator's guide, individuals explore the society Ally Condie creates in Matched. Reflective writing prompts double as discussion questions and cover key themes in the novel, as...
Dark Materials: Reflecting on Dystopian Themes in Young Adult Literature
7th - 12th
The Hunger Games. Maximum Ride. Why is so much of young adult literature so dark? What is the appeal of dystopian literature to young readers? The six activities in this resource ask kids to reflect on some of the reasons this genre has...
Teacher-Copy of Gatsby and the Jazz Age: American Dream or Nightmare
11th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
F. Scott Fitzgerald's intent in The Great Gatsby was "to state the American dream as dramatically, as passionately, as possible – and at the same time, to hold it up to moral judgment, to see what lies and terrors lay beneath its garlands and banners and ‘good times’.” The materials in this collection are meant to provide teachers with background information, unit and lesson plans, and suggestions for activities that will encourage readers to explore the many layers of this classic novel, the good times and the terrors.