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Character Analysis for Studying Montag in Farenheit 451 by Bradbury
This is an outline, graphic organizer that helps students to analyze the character, Montag in the novel Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. This is a great notetaking guide for students studying a character(s) in depth. Great reproducible for the classroom.
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Farenheit 451 Trashketball Review Game
Make learning fun and assess your students' reading comprehension for the novel, Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, with this activity that uses cooperative learning. Throughout this PowerPoint, teams of students recall characters, plot, and literary devices (imagery, symbolism, simile, allusion, and on
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Farenheit 451 Student-led Lesson
Have your students lead the class in a lesson over specific elements of Farenheit 451.Included in this lesson are students instructions, 5 recommended topics for lessons, student group roles, and a rubric.
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Dystopian Literature, Novels, and Short Stories Teaching Bundle
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 Paradise This resource provides students with the frame of ref
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Utopian vs. Dystopian Research & Informational Writing: Cultural Clashes!
Looking for additional ways to implement short, focused research projects into your ELA curriculum? Cultural Clashes can be used as a stand-alone, short-term research project or as an extension of today’s modern dystopian theme present in - Lois Lowry’s The Giver, Suzanne Collin’s Hunger Games, S

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Create Your Own Dystopia: Use with any dystopian novel
This activity requires students to work together (or independently) to create a dystopian society using characteristics of dystopian literature. Finished product reflects nine different elements of dystopian literature. Students should be familiar with dystopian characteristics before beginning thi
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