Specific terminology from the novel by Aldous Huxley is tested in this fun activity. This is a summary quiz, designed to be used after reading the novel. It jogs students' memories of key vocabulary which describes the Brave New World.
This is a challenging activity. Although its fun, students are actively learning while engaged in its completion.
There are 40 clues. Words in the puzzle include...
Alpha, Beta, Bokanovsky, bottling, caste, clone, condition, contraception, decant, Delta, dystopia, ectogenesis, embryo, Epsilon, feely, fetus, Ford, freemartin, Freud, gamete, Gamma, hatchery, hypnopaedia, Malthus, ova, ovum, Pavlov, pneumatic, Podsnaps, promiscuous, propaganda, pueblo, religion, science, soma, sperm, strumpet, subliminal, Utopia, and viviparous.
A word bank is included to assist students. You could redact this to make if more difficult.
The solution appears on the second page. Download the Preview file to see the grid and the solution.