Challenge students to think critically and creatively with these three Fahrenheit 451 final projects that differ from traditional book censorship projects.
Project 1: Rebuilding the city after the war
Project 2: Designing a secret library
Project 3: Running a political campaign for city mayor
Each project includes student handout with instructions, rubric and aligned common core standards. The political campaign also includes peer evaluation sheets for group members, self evaluation sheet and ballot.
Each project contains writing components (including rationales for choices made during the projects) and artistic components (such as drawing maps or political ads), and asks students to use themes from the novel (such as censorship, knowledge vs. ignorance, and action vs. inaction) within their projects.
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