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The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme

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The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
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Here's a free worksheet/handout that goes along with the novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It's included with my complete unit, along with tons of other activities, quizzes, tests, and more. This activity has students thinking about the difference between the food the district citizens eat & the food the Capitol people eat. It forces them to think about the themes of starvation & survival. Answer key is included.

Also included are lesson extension activities for a service project for your students and a bonus handout for students with directions to access the Scholastic Hunger Games online games to play.

This IS included in my Complete Hunger Games Unit for a LOW price, found here:
Hunger Games Complete Unit

I also offer the Complete Unit on CD, with extra bonuses (such as video slideshows), found here:
Hunger Games Complete Unit on CD

Created by Tracee Orman
Hunger Games Lessons
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4
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Teaching Duration
45 Minutes

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The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme
The Hunger Games Free Lesson Comparison Starvation Theme