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Catching Fire "What If" Journal Discussion Prompts {Parts 1, 2, 3}

Tracee Orman
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Grade Levels
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Homeschool, Staff
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9 pages
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Catching Fire "What If" Journal Discussion Prompts (Book 2 in The Hunger Games Trilogy)

"What if President Snow had gone to Peeta first and told him about Katniss and Gale’s kiss? How would Peeta react?"

"What if Katniss hadn’t stepped in while Gale was being whipped? Would Gale have lived? Would Peeta have stopped it? Haymitch? How would things have been different between Katniss and Peeta? Or Gale?"

"What if President Snow really was a snake?" (Regarding the simile on page 18)

These are just a small sample of the journal writing or discussion prompts to trigger your students' critical and creative thinking skills. You can also use the questions as a review of the novel or an differentiated assessment to check reading comprehension.

The prompts are divided into three parts:
Part One (15 prompts, which you can download FREE here)
Part Two (15 prompts)
Part Three (17 prompts, plus one lesson extension)

All 47 prompts are provided in both list and task cards format, so you can laminate them and reuse them year after year.

Due to size limitations, these are not provided in my Catching Fire Digital Unit or Catching Fire Teaching Unit on CD. They are additional supplements to my complete unit.

Created and copyrighted by Tracee Orman
Hunger Games Lessons
Total Pages
9 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
3 Weeks
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