This Dr. Seuss's The Sneetches viewing guide, which has 16 open-ended critical thinking questions, can be used as a stand-alone activity, as part of a Dr. Seuss unit, as part of a unit on prejudice and discrimination, or (my favorite!) to introduce the classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird.
My students really enjoy exploring the concepts of stereotyping, bias, racism, and discrimination in this kid-friendly format. The questions prompt students to think deeper and more analytically about a cartoon that some have seen before and others have not.
Perfect for use as a whole-class discussion tool, for use with small groups or think-pair-share format, or even for use as individual seat work. This lesson is versatile, relevant, and engaging.
Please enjoy! If you like this product, you may be interested in other analytical viewing guide products in my store, like these:
Cinderella Analytical Movie Guide
Zootopia Movie Guide
Mr. Peabody and Sherman Movie Guide & Analysis
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