While reading the story, learners will analyze the 6 major types of conflict and find scenes/events that illustrate the various kinds of conflict. Learners will subconsciously enjoy the design of this 2-page graphic analyzer as they take notes and analyze.
★ Person vs. Person
★ Person vs. Nature
★ Person vs. Himself
★ Person vs. Supernatural
★ Person vs. Society
★ Person vs. Technology
TEXT: 1984 by George Orwell
COMMON CORE: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2
→ Suggested Answer Key NOT YET Included! Keys will be developed when we complete and publish the entire unit for this text.
Enjoy 1984 and remember that Big Brother is watching.
WHAT OTHER TEACHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR CONFLICT RESOURCES
♥ This resource really made my students really think about the different conflicts in the story (not just the obvious conflicts). They came up with examples that I did not even include in my answer key. :)
♥ My students were super engaged and interested with the idea of conflict types and really got into discussing what events classified as which conflicts. Great way to get students thinking about the events of the novel and the motivations behind the characters. Thank you! :)
♥ Visually appealing and succinct. Great idea and activity; the students had a better understanding after they completed this.
♥ Great literary review! Cool looking and easy to use.
♥ This is such a great way to foster discussions! Really great visual that will help students understand and identify the various forms of literary conflict.
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