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This BUNDLED product contains two short story units: One for "HARRISON BERGERON" by Kurt Vonnegut, and one for "THE LOTTERY" by Shirley Jackson. These dystopian short stories would be great to study on their own, but they could also serve as a perfect introduction to a full dystopian novel unit lik
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These resources will support your teaching of ANY dystopian novel, short story, or film, such as 1984, The Hunger Games, The Giver, Uglies, or Fahrenheit 451. Engage students in critical thinking about the text and the genre while helping them make connections to the real world and think creatively
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Save $2.00 by purchasing by purchasing the Dystopian Literature, Novels, and Short Stories Teaching Bundle!See a description of each resource included in this below:Teaching Resource 1: Welcome to Dystopia - A Nightmare Disguised as ParadiseThis resource provides students with the frame of reference
Students constantly RAVE about dystopian literature. Why not give them something to rave about in your classroom? This month-long unit contains engaging and relevant materials that will encourage student engagement and foster reflective thinking about life, society, and, yes, even that scary word -
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Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut Short Story Unit: Activities and Introduction to Dystopian Literature Perfect for your upcoming short story unit or dystopian literature unit, this package contains questions and activities to go along with Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonegut. This Harrison Bergero
Want to utilize your students’ love of dystopian fiction to get them thinking about how they can make a difference in their worlds?Dystopian fiction is lots of fun—it’s imaginative, creative, and innovative. But when your classes read these texts as pure fiction that doesn’t relate to real life, the
This project-based learning resource gives students the ability to analyze and critique multiple texts in order to discover the commonalities of a genre. In this case, the genre is dystopian literature. Students will answer the driving question: what are the elements of dystopian literature, and why
Whether you are just a beginner with using literature circles in your classroom or if you love the structure but your students haven't mastered writing strong questions for discussions, this resource is perfect for you!These literature circle questions are based on the dystopian short story "Harriso
Want to inspire your classes to engage in healthy discussion and speak out against injustices? Students are bombarded on a daily basis with the message that it’s better to go along to get along, and that conflict is scary and to be avoided. They are led to believe that their voice isn’t important,
Use this creative writing assignment to pair with dystopian literature. Students will use their knowledge of key characteristics of dystopian literature to write their own stories. I used along with Fahrenheit 451 and Harrison Bergeron, but it can be used with any study of dystopian literature. R
For this assignment, you will write your own original dystopian short story. Your short story must contain the characteristics of dystopian literature. . This creative writing project contains THREE extra credit prompts, a grading rubric, AND a free graphic organizer that helps the students organ
Dystopian Short Stories Trifolds *digital options*Dystopian stories help students learn how to evaluate their own world. Now more than ever students need to make connections to literature so they can make decisions. 4 widely used Dystopian short stories are included:The Last DogThe Monsters are Due
Ray Bradbury Short Stories are some of the best stories to teach! This ("The Veldt" by Ray Bradbury) Lesson includes a Children vs. Animals Graphic Organizer Activity and a Short Response. It encourages students to use textual evidence/details to support the characterization of the lions and the chi
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High School English Unit perfect for Grades 8,9,10,11 & 12. An interactive, multi-text introduction to the fictional genre of Dystopias. This NON-EDITABLE GOOGLE SLIDES 26-page unit includes definitions, video links, text links, assessment task outlines, and assessment criteria; culminating in a
This bundle of 7 lesson plans explores the the dystopian theme using reading workshop and writing workshop.Lesson Overview:A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury - Activities used: student choice reading, journal prompt, large group share, short story reading, large group discussion, short story reading
While reading a dystopian novel, students engage in analyzing characteristics of the genre and responding to the novel with written prompts and activities. For the summative assessment, students will develop their own original dystopian short story. This 12-page packet includes the following:1. char
This document includes reading comprehension questions for the following short stories:"The Veldt" by Ray Bradbury"There Will Come Soft Rains" by Ray Bradbury"2BR02B" by Kurt Vonnegut"The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas" by Ursula Le Guin
High School English Unit perfect for Grades 8,9,10,11 & 12. An interactive, multi-text introduction to the fictional genre of Dystopias. This GOOGLE SLIDES 26-page unit includes definitions, video links, text links, assessment task outlines, and assessment criteria; culminating in an end-of-unit
This unit plan is perfect for 8th or 9th graders. Students choose from a list of books to read and form groups of three or four. Students journal and prepare Socratic seminar questions for each discussion day. Students will have THREE discussion dates and will divide the book up into three equal pa
This graphic organizer can be used to support students' understanding of the relationship between setting and other literary elements such as characterization, conflict, and plot. When reading larger works in which the world is subtly developed, this graphic organizer would allow students to condens
Students work in a group to write a dystopian short story. This is a fun activity for students to work together and explore elements of the dystopian genre.
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This is an extremely thorough, full 2-week unit for the short story "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson. These resources are focused around Common Core Standards for Grade 7, but they are absolutely still relevant for all middle grades students who are reading "The Lottery" or science fiction/dystopian
Need an engaging, student-driven way to teach short stories and/or literary terms? Use this unit as a high-accountability way to scaffold students into tougher literature!In this unit, small groups of students are assigned to one short story (so you can differentiate to students by difficulty level)
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Need an engaging, SELF-GRADING, student-driven way to teach short stories and/or literary terms? Use this unit as a high-accountability way to scaffold students into tougher literature!There is more than one way to teach this collaborative unit:In Class: When I teach this, small groups of students a

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