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The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell: Short Story Unit with Questions, Vocabulary, and Activities!This package of short story resources contains everything you need to teach “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell. Perfect for your short story unit or The Most Dangerous Game unit, this s
This 10 page bundle includes a worksheet that provides students with a pre-reading activity (a 'hunting' situation where they have to put themselves into a role), during reading and post reading questions for Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game". The questions focus on character and conflict.
Have students engage with the short story, "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell by working through three different levels of critical thinking. Literal Questions - Answers can be pulled directly from the text. There is a "right" answer. Inferential Questions - Answers need to be interpret
This Most Dangerous Game unit contains everything needed to create a foldable flip book project on The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell. This contains The Most Dangerous Game questions, short story Plot Diagram, Story Element Analysis, Summarizing Activity, and a creative Literature Response
The Most Dangerous Game. Richard Connell. This is a multiple choice, 25 question quiz I use to follow up the reading of Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game." The questions are divided into comprehension questions, literary term questions, analysis questions, and definitions based on context. This i
Excerpt from "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell with multiple choice questions and narrative essay prompt. Questions are modeled after PARCC Narrative Task.
Grades:
8th - 11th
Thirty three guiding questions for students to answer on their own, or as a class, while reading Richard Connel's short story, "The Most Dangerous Game." These questions can also serve as reading comprehension checks, quizzes and conversation starters. Students are asked to summarize, predict, ana
For sale is a bundle of materials to use with distance learning / online learning for Richard Connell's famous short story "The Most Dangerous Game."HERE'S WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS BUNDLE:Google Form 1: Story lines 1-85: 10 multiple choice questions with answer key (programmed)+Google Form 2: Sto
This ELA Reading Test Prep Quiz Pack uses the CCSS standards and contains QUESTIONS and ANSWERS (modeled after state reading comprehension exams and assessments) for the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. One of the things I struggle with the most is preparing my students for
These are close reading notes (4 pages) for Richard Connell's short story, "The Most Dangerous Game."Students may use these while reading, to study from, use for class discussions, or just to gain a better understanding of the story.There are also a series of questions (2 pages) to follow up after r
A series of questions and a paragraph response about the story "The Most Dangerous Game" Also a project for students to make a poster map about the Island in the story.
Grades:
8th - 11th
'Looking for a quick set of questions over this text? Look no further! This resource includes 17 questions that are DOK 1-3. It includes literary terms that are associated with the text and the questions. An answer key is also included. These are not simple comprehension questions. Most of the quest
This is a great activity to allow students some differentiation in their discussion of "The Most Dangerous Game." Students work in small groups with discussion questions from the "Question Spectrum." A teacher instruction sheet is included, as well as seven differentiated discussion question cards (
These ten literary analysis questions will challenge your students to dig deeply into the text of Richard Connell's popular short story, "The Most Dangerous Game." It requires a close, careful reading of the text as they interpret meaning, analyze characters, identify and analyze figurative language
Help promote reading comprehension and understanding among your middle school students with “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell. Through the use of this short story resource, teachers can incorporate literary terms, writing prompts, and text-to-world connections. These resources are Google
The Most Dangerous Game guided reading questions. They are split up into three sections of the short story. Includes literal and inferential questions, along with figurative language questions.
Grades:
5th - 10th
Reading comprehension questions for the short story The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell. Includes citing textual evidence to support a claim, explaining inferences in the story, and supporting answers with strong details.
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These activities are based on the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell including: * comprehension/discussion questions for the students as a class, literature circle, or individual to answer * a mini-lesson about irony with a follow-up activity * a worksheet students can fill ou
These questions are basic guided reading questions for Richard Connell's short story "The Most Dangerous Game." It has specific page numbers on it because it was written for the story as it appears in McDougal Littell's The Language of Literature 2006 edition.
For Richard Connell's popular short story "The Most Dangerous Game," I have provided ten reading check questions, a journal prompt, and an answer key. Please look at the preview page for the first five reading check questions. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch. This w
Questions to use for open discussion, open eded responses, or a socratic seminar.These questions are all in-depth, require multiple answers, and usually textual evidence.+ Even included connection to a clip from The Hunger Games + 7 questions totalFile is Editable
This download contains three assignments for Richard Connell's short story, The Most Dangerous Game. Each assignment take between 30-60 minutes. The assignments also provided great material for class discussions over the short story. Reading Questions This assignment contains six reading questions
The short story is already a gripping tale that students enjoy. I created these anticipation questions to have students ready and in the mindset of the genre and topic before reading. The during reading questions allow them to stay in touch with the occurrences in the story. I made sure to make note
This worksheet is 30 pre-reading, reading, and post-reading questions. This worksheet also includes a plot chart that looks at different aspects of the story. It shows the student the plot diagram in a chart form instead of the tradition form.

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