1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today

1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
1984 Final Group Research and Presentation Activity-Compare 1984 to Today
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1984 Culminating Activity Group Research and Presentation Project

A fabulous way for students to recognize the similarities between Oceania and our own society.

I have students complete this group research and presentation activity at the completion of the novel, 1984.

George Orwell’s 1984 depicts a world with
no privacy,
no independent thought,
no personal loyalties, and
no contact with other societies.

Each group chooses one of the four topics:

TECHNOLOGY AND PRIVACY
THOUGHT CONTROL
RELATIONSHIPS
PATRIOTISM

Instructions:

Research, discuss, present information about what historical or personal events might have influenced the author to imagine such a world.

In your group, research, discuss, and present evidence that Orwell’s prophecies
have parallels in our society,
have potential parallels in our society, or
has no parallels in our society.

Organize your information into an outline that includes:
I. Orwell’s personal and historical influences
II. Depiction of your topic in the novel, including at least five excerpts from the text
III. Parallels, potential parallels, or evidence of no parallel in our society
(at least five different subtopics)
IV. Conclusion discussing Orwell’s prophetic accuracy

SUBMIT AN MLA LIST OF WORKS CITED
USE AT LEAST 5 SOURCES

Each topic is presented with a word cloud suggesting subtopics.

There are several relevant graphics.


Thank you for your consideration of this product.


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Total Pages
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Teaching Duration
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  1. Teaching and learning 1984 is INTENSE. Evaluating students’ understanding throughout the novel is essential, so we’re sure they’ve comprehended and can analyze and synthesize Orwell’s important messages (and as I encourage, “SAVE THE WORLD!”). Tests and essays sometimes confine students’ persona
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