33 pages including 82 chapter Q's (multi-format), 3 different engaging projects including the students own "friendlier" version of the Games, vocabulary activities, reading skills-based Q's, and more!
Order of lessons within unit, after cover pg. and teacher guide:
1. Chapter Questions (8 pages)
• 82 questions in a variety of formats (short-response, true or false, multiple choice, and long-response) covering the entire novel
2. Answer Key for Chapter Questions (8 pages)
3. Vocabulary Words (3 pages)
• 29 vocab. words with provided definitions followed by blank lines for students to write in their own sentences
4. Vocabulary Puzzle (2 pages)
• Further vocab. practice
5. Answer Key for Vocabulary Puzzle (1 page)
6. Vocabulary Quiz (1 page)
• 29 matching of vocab. words and definitions
7. Answer Key for Vocabulary Quiz (1 page)
8. Reading Skills Questions (2 pages)
• 14 multi-format questions on the novel based on the most common types of reading skills, such as Main Idea, Text Features, Literary Elements, etc.
• Can be used as a differentiated learning activity in which students only answer the questions based on their weakest reading skills (as determined by data from a reading assessment)
9. Narrative Writing Assignment (2 pages)
• Writing topic prompting students to write about themselves as a tribute in a 75th Hunger Games. Specific questions prompt for details. A second component prompts for the creation of a poster as an accompanying visual to their narrative essay.
• Sample format of a poster guides students with the creation of their own posters.
10. Brains and Brawn Games (2 pages)
• An uproariously fun-filled comprehensive project in which the class is divided into multiple teams, and each compete in a battle of wits and physical feats to win the Games as “sole survivor.” Includes each team researching a country (their assigned “district”) and its utopian and dystopian qualities. Includes presentations of their “district” information, the exhibition of their tribute’s strengths, and a symbolic costume.
11. Hunger Games Trilogy Project (1 page)
• An efficient way to move more quickly through the next two books, Catching Fire and Mockingjay. Students are assigned a chapter from each book, and complete activities such as figurative language, vocabulary, poetry, and 3D dioramas.