Inferences and Predictions in "Most Dangerous Game"

Inferences and Predictions in "Most Dangerous Game"
Inferences and Predictions in "Most Dangerous Game"
Inferences and Predictions in "Most Dangerous Game"
Inferences and Predictions in "Most Dangerous Game"
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This download is for a double-entry journal designed to accompany a student's reading of the short story "Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. In this handout, I have identified fifteen key quotes. Students stop reading at the designated quotes and make an inference and/or prediction in the appropriate column. I usually then have students share their inferences/predictions with a partner, group, or whole class. You could also add a column where students explain whether their inference/predictions were correct.

Common Core Standards for ELA:
Reading for Literature Standard 1


Making Inferences and Predictions in "Most Dangerous Game" by Lee Ann Perry is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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