How Guilty Are They? An And Then There Were None Debate Activity

How Guilty Are They? An And Then There Were None Debate Activity
How Guilty Are They? An And Then There Were None Debate Activity
How Guilty Are They? An And Then There Were None Debate Activity
How Guilty Are They? An And Then There Were None Debate Activity
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  1. This bundle includes all of the major materials I use to teach And Then There Were None over the course of about 6 weeks. Included are the following:1. A character observation chart for student to take notes on characters and their backgrounds, suspicious activity, fate, etc.2. Reading quizzes that
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Students LOVE to debate who is the most guilty after reading And Then There Were None. This graphic organizer helps them prepare to debate each other over the answer to that questions. Students take a day to fill out this organizer, and the second day, we sit in a circle and argue over the order of guilt for each characters. It requires them to think deeply about the text but also their own morals and values. We love debate day!

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2 days
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