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Banned Books Week Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game
Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!Over twenty five banned books are involved with this breakout game. Students will move around the room to learn more about banned books and authors that they’ve interacted with in their everyday lives. Phy

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Banned Books Week Bundle (3 Days): Analyzing arguments for & against censorship
These lessons can work as a standalone mini-unit to introduce students to Banned Books Week and censorship, or it can be incorporated into a larger unit about censorship. In the first lesson, students consider why people censor, examine a list of frequently challenged books, and then closely read an
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Banned Book Week Prezi
This Prezi is a great introduction to the topic of banned books. It includes a brief overview of banned book week, and is chock full of helpful information and infographics. This Prezi includes the differences between a banned and a challenged book, as well as a look at banned books throughout histo
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Banned Books Week: Analyzing Sherman Alexie's arguments against censorship
This lesson can work as a stand-alone plan to introduce students to Banned Books Week and censorship, or it can be incorporated into a larger unit about censorship. In this lesson, students consider why people censor, examine a list of frequently challenged books, and then closely read an article in
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Banned Books Week Banners and Mini-Research Project
Are you looking for a meaningful activity to celebrate Banned Books Week with your students that will not only let them have fun and show their creativity, but also requires them to conduct research and think critically? This student-centered project contains over 40 pages of instructional materials
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Banned Book Week Activity
This is a banned book week activity that is meant to take about 45 minutes (with discussion or debate). There are 22 books and a short description of why each was banned. In addition to the activity, I have included five journal or discussion questions. These will allow you to have a new journal
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Banned Books Week Display
Banned Books Week is celebrated in late September each year, which gives us all a chance to reflect on the literature that would be lost if we give in to censorship. It helps that some of the challenges are particularly silly. These posters focus on 8 works of children's and middle grade literatur
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Banned Books Week 3rd-5th Grade
Banned Books Week 3rd-5th Grade Please view the Preview to see what is included in the product! The Banned Books Week 3rd-5th Grade product was made to correspond with the American Library Association's annual Banned Books Week. The product focuses on explaining censorship, the First Amendment, wh
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Banned Books Week Wordsearch
Word search that can be given to students to find what are the most common reasons books are challenged and or banned in the library. There is also a hidden message students can unscramble once all items are found. A key is also included.
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Celebrating Banned Books Week: a High School English Project
There is no better time to affirm our freedom to read than by observing Banned Books Week, sponsored by the American Library Association and held annually at the end of September through the first week of October. I originally designed this 3-week to 1-month project for my English 9/10 classes. Firs
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Banned Books Week Poster Project
This project is perfect to use when teaching Fahrenheit 451 or when celebrating Banned Books Week. Students will choose a book that is either currently banned or one that has been banned in the past; this book will drive their research and poster creation. The project requires students to create a p
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Banned Books Week Project Based Learning Project
Students will research a book that has been banned/challenged (assigned by teacher), complete a district's real 'Reconsideration of Challenged Materials" form, and write an essay persuading someone to ban/ not ban the book.
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To Ban or Not To Ban? That is the Question (Banned Book Week Lesson)
The Banned Book project is an engaging project for students during banned book week. Prior to the project, discuss and read about both sides of the argument of banning books. This project allows students to illustrate their opinion on banning books by creating a book jacket that can be used as a dis
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UPDATED! Banned Books Week- collaborative project (honors)
UPDATED!! Celebrate Banned Books Week with this tech-friendly, whole class collaborative project!!This presentation template can be used in Microsoft Powerpoint or Google Slides (it was created in GS and imported into PPT). Use the introductory slides to:1. watch a launch video and reflect on its me
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Banned Book Week Bundle
Banned Book Week is rapidly approaching and this is your go-to bundle for teaching censorship, propaganda, and first amendment rights! This bundle includes: Complete Classroom Display 2 Posters 1 Handout Multiple Classroom Activity Ideas Censorship Debate Resources Censorship Debate Grading Rubri
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Banned Books Week - Lesson and Breakout Bundle
This bundle includes a lesson with a discussion activity as well as a breakout game for Banned Books Week. Each lesson takes hours of planning and preparation, and I am glad to see them reused over and over. The lesson is to be used as an introduction and overview of Banned Books Week and the breako
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Banned Books Week Project Based Learning Essay
Students will research a book that has been banned/challenged (assigned by the teacher), complete a district's "Reconsideration of Challenged Materials" form, and write an essay persuading someone to ban/ not ban the researched book.
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Banned Books Week - Amazing Race Style Game
This orientation game is themed after the Amazing Race Game Show and has three tasks that students need to complete to finish the game. It was created to be played with students in teams of 5-10. The documents included in this Amazing Race game are Google Drive files and can be edited to fit your
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Banned Books Week- modern day example
I use these lesson materials during Banned Books Week to expose students to contemporary examples of literary censorship while also providing instruction and assessment in reading/analyzing nonfiction. In honors classes, the reading is assigned as homework and we use the class period to discuss, end
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Banned Books Week Reading Journals & Permission Slip
Celebrate the freedom to read by having students read a "banned" or challenged book. The assignment is for 2 journals and a book review. Also included is a parent permission slip
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Banned Books Week Challenge
This assignment seeks to make students aware of book challenges by exploring a district's real challenge form. There is an optional longer assignment on page 2.
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Creating a Banned Book Week Library Advertisement
Students use brainstorming techniques, and simile creation to design an advertisement for their library that sends a positive message about the importance of having access to books.
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Banned Books Week Activities for Reading or Library
Get your students engaged in reading and celebrating their right to read during Banned Book Week each year in September. This year Banned Books week will be celebrated from September 23–29! With this resource: Use creative bookmarks to draw students to examine copies of books like Gone With the Wi
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Banned Books Week Interactive Bulletin Board Printables & Full-Day's Lesson Plan
Need a little/no-prep lesson for your classroom for this week's Banned Books Week? I've got you covered! With this product, you will have the materials for a fun interactive bulletin board that can also be taped on a white board if you prefer to use it that way in addition to a whole day's lesson on
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