Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit

Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit
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Anthem by Ayn Rand Complete Unit is everything you need to teach Anthem.

This unit includes:

Step-by-step lesson plans
These have bell ringers for each day along with fun activities that require students to think, write, discuss, and more. Activities include visual literacy competition, movie directing decisions, and philosophy of life essay. In addition, several videos are suggested to teach certain aspects such as irony and Ayn Rand's philosophy. Everything is right here!

Vocabulary
Anthem Vocabulary contains a graphic organizer with 10 words from the novel. Students write the part of speech and definition of each word as well as draw a simple illustration to demonstrate the word. Also included is a worksheet that can be used as practice or an assessment. The sheet requires students to put the words into sentences and apply the words as well. Answer key included.

These are the words included:
base
transgression
deigned
taut
lassitude
vice
virtue
pyre
abyss
vainly

Reading guides:
Chapter 1
Chapters 2-5
Chapters 6-8
Chapters 9-12

There are a variety of questions levels that assess comprehension, synthesis, and inference skills.

Quizzes
Chapter 1 - 10 Multiple-choice questions
Chapters 2-5 - 10 Multiple-choice questions
Chapters 6-8 - 7 Multiple-choice and 3 True/false questions
Chapters 9-12 - 10 Multiple-choice questions

This set of quizzes has 2 versions for each quiz where the answers are scrambled to deter cheaters. Also, the quizzes come in an editable PowerPoint in case you wish to make any changes. Answer key included.

Sample Questions:
Chapter 1

_____ 4.To which “home” does Equality 7-2521 wish to be assigned?
A. Home of the Students
B. Home of Infants
C. Home of the Scholars
D. Home of the Street Sweepers

Chapters 2-5
_____ 10. Which word does NOT describe Equality 7-2521 in Chapter 5?
A. prideful
B. amazed
C. angry
D. optimistic

Chapters 6-8
_____ 6. Which of the following is NOT ironic?
A. Equality 7-2521 is looked down on for being a Street Sweeper.
B. The World Council of Scholars is afraid of a new invention.
C. The World Council of Scholars says man’s only job is to work for fellow brothers. However, Equality 7-2521’s work for a better power source that will be shared with brothers is rejected by the World Council of Scholars.
D. All of the above are ironic.
E. A and C only are ironic.

Chapters 9-12
_____ 5. What word does Equality 7-2521 now find appalling?
A. Brothers
B. They
C. We
D. Scholars

► Final Test
15 multiple-choice questions
10 true/false
5 vocabulary matching
4 short answer

The test comes in 2 versions to deter cheaters. It also comes in an editable PowerPoint file if you wish to make any changes. Answer key included.

Sample Questions:

_____ 2. In this society, what is most important?
A. the collective brothers working together as “we.”
B. the decisions from the House of Scholars
C. job assignments
D. sticking to a schedule

_____ 3. How does the tone of Anthem change throughout the course of the book?
A. angry to frightened to sad
B. remorseful to happy to anxious
C. guilty to hopeful to empowered
D. eager to sad to depressed

_____ 9. Anthem can be considered a satire because it
A. has a lot of foreshadowing and flashbacks.
B. mocks man’s poor decisions and vices in order to make a valid point.
C. tries to portray future generations.
D. ridicules learning knowledge and standing up for oneself.

True/False
_____ 17. Equality 7-2521 was taught that the earth is flat, but he proved to his brothers that the earth is actually round.
_____ 22. The only crime that receives the death penalty in this society is murder, which is ironic.

Short answer:
31. How is the glass box (light) representative of Equality 7-2521?


Related Products: (If you don't need the whole unit above, see the parts you may need below.)
Anthem Quizzes for Entire Book (Ayn Rand)
Anthem Reading Guides for Entire Novel (Ayn Rand)
Anthem Test (Ayn Rand)
Anthem Vocabulary (Ayn Rand)
Total Pages
48 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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