"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS

"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
"THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME" JIGSAW GROUPS
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Common Core Standards
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After reading "The Most Dangerous Game," I use the Jigsaw teaching strategy to get students to study the text more closely. In their expert groups, students answer a few short questions about their respective topic or literary device: plot; foreshadowing, predictions, and suspense; conflict; characterization; thematic development; and even a critical interpretation (if you have enough students). Students answer questions and then return to their home groups to teach and share their findings. This is great preparation for a quiz or test on the short story.

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9 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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