Friday Night Lights, H.G. Bissinger's study of the impact of football in a Texas town resonates across the country. His discussions of the academics vs. sports debate,race, gender, and class issues, and entitlement will hook middle and high school students. Friday Night Lights will hook middle and high school students because it speaks to the secondary school experience as well as society's expectations.
This complete unit plan, includes: Common Core Standards and Bloom's Taxonomy grade level, time frame, assessments, and detailed daily plans as well as writing journal openers, chapter by chapter discussion questions, a wide variety of activities that address the elements of literature, essay topics,a project, review sheet and a test. Many blank student response pages that correspond with the activities mentioned above are included for digital access, whether for Distance or Classroom Learning.
As always, this activity- PDF version- may be downloaded and printed for classroom use. Also, an Easel Activity is ready to be used for Google Classroom. Teachers may choose to add an interactive layer of their own for digital use by clicking on the red "Open in Easel" rectangle on the product's page.
Reading this book along with viewing the movie is sure to generate some terrific analytic discussions.
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Friday Night Lights Unit Plan Lessons