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Banned Books Caution Labels & Bulletin Board
Celebrate Banned Books Week with these eye-catching displays! Students are always shocked to see their favorite books and learn about the reasons why they were challenged. This is a great activity for banned books week, to introduce a book that has been banned or challenged, to discuss censorship, a
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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: Individualized Reading & Writing Project
Celebrate Banned Books Week (Sept. 24th-30th, 2017) OR stretch your students’ thinking about literary censorship anytime during the year! This EDITABLE document is a unit that will work well for middle or high school since it is highly flexible for differentiation: students, parents, and teachers g
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Literary Censorship and Banned Books Lesson Mini Unit
Want to teach students about banned books and the perils of censorship? Try this engaging mini unit on literary censorship with regards to banned and challenged books. This unit is perfect for September as it is Banned Books Month, for a genre study, for an independent novel study, for a common lite
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Writing Activity - Banned Books Research Project
Here is an engaging product for Banned Book Week, or for teachers to use any time during the school year. As students explore various facets of book censorship in schools, they will become more proficient in their reading, critical thinking and writing skills and will gain knowledge about this su
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Banned Books Media Project Presentation
Have students pick a book that has been banned somewhere in the world to read. Students should research the reasons why the book was banned. You can use this banned book video project to have students show you what they've learned about banned books. They will present their video to the class. It
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Banned Books
This is a SmartBoard compatible PDF that introduces students to banned books. It provides information about the most commonly banned books and statistics about why books are banned. It also includes quotes from famous authors about book banning and censorship. All of the statistics came from the AL
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Fahrenheit 451: Banned Book Report Project
This package contains a research report project for Fahrenheit 451. The assignment asks students to research a challenged book in the United States. The package contains everything you need to understand and run the project, including lesson plans, copy-ready handouts, model examples, and a electr
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Banned Book Activity
The handout contains 16 books that have been subject to censorship in some way. Students predict the reasons for popular books being banned. Books include Charlotte's Web, The Giving Tree, Where the Wild Things Are, and more. The activity would work well for small groups and to introduce the conce
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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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Making a Claim: Banned Books (Persuasive/Opinion Writing)- Banned Books Week
Students will first find out what a claim is, then read two articles about banned books. Should books be banned in schools and libraries or not? This is also perfect for banned books week!Students will then use the graphic organizer provided to write down notes on why some think books should (or sho

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Banned Book Independent Reading Project
I've used this assignment with Catcher in the Rye and Huck Finn, but it can used when teaching any banned or challenged book. Students are asked to assert their intellectual freedom and read a banned or challanged book independently. To insure that they do the reading, a reading response is due each
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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 Books Intro Presentation
This short editable PowerPoint (also included as .pdf) introduces kids to banned books. It includes statistics and general information from the Office of Intellectual Freedom for the American Library Association, as well as author quotes and examples of three popular books. Buy once, and re-downlo
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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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PowerPoint on Censorship and Banned Books
This 22-page PowerPoint includes researched and balanced statistics on Censorship and Banned Books. The presentation covers specific topics as: important vocabulary, who censors, why or why not to censor, data related to kinds of book themes that are censored, lists of certain books censored, first
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Banned Books Info Sheet
(**Actual formatting is intact, regardless of possible thumbnail images)Informative handout detailing 8 of the most banned books in the United states... This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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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 Poster Assignment
This is a poster and in-class presentation on banned or challenged books. It includes a rubric and is designed for students working alone or in pairs. We did this as an introduction to a unit on free speech and censorship which included reading Fahrenheit 451. As a bonus, we beautified our library a
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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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Banned Book Project with CCSS Rubric 8th grade English Language Arts
This Banned Book Project was one of my monthly book projects in my 8th grade language arts course. With the help of my librarian and the American Library Association, student chose books that were once banned or challenged to read over the course of three weeks to a month. I also had the students pr
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