A comprehensive set of activities for applying conflict within Hunger Games, specifically involving 'The Feast' in chapters 20-21.
1. Spotlight on Conflict - Identify the types of conflict in the scene, opportunity to locate and defend with supporting details & summarize using a basic strategy to identify main events & character goals/motivations
2. Written Reflection - Specific analysis questions about conflicts in 'The Feast' with ties to author's purpose
3. Graphic Organizer: Cause/Effect Map - Students map out main events in the scene by identify the inciting incident, sequence of events based on how and why things happen (thus causing a chain of additional events to occur) and resolution
4. Final project - students create a storyboard of "The Feast' by using the cause/effect map to create a visual representation with short written descriptions of each main event with opportunity to add more detail for extra credit