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1984 and Brave New World Comparison Essay Assignment

1984 and Brave New World Comparison Essay Assignment
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This assignment provides a chart displaying the parallel tenets of the dystopian societies in 1984 and Brave New World.

Included are:

---Proles: Savages, etc.

Students are required to discuss

---the implementation of practices to stabilize the societies,
---how the practice is sustained and
---the effectiveness of the practice.

Students must then discuss what was occurring in Orwell's and in Huxley's world that inspired the authors to create these settings.

Students must then discuss how accurate authors were in predicting the future by pointing out fulfilled prophecies in today's society.

Finally, students must discuss the importance of the authors' messages and how today's world should respond to them.

Clear font, appropriate graphics.

Please have a look at my other 1984 products including:

---individual chapter activities
---activities focusing on Goldstein's book
----------"The Ultimate Guide to Goldstein's Book"
----------graphic organizers and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation
----------creative group presentation project
---tests and essay prompts
---an introduction to Orwell and 1984 PowerPoint presentation
---final group researched presentation comparing Oceania to today's society

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Just click here to browse my 1984 resources:

1984 STORE

Just click here to browse Brave New World resources:

Brave New World Store

These resources have been student tested and approved throughout my 31 years of teaching the novel!

Thank you.

Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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