Let students discuss Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games in a brand new way with these discussion role cards. Just print, cut and distribute (I like to tape them under my students' chairs for that fun element of surprise and secrecy). Then watch students break out of their usual rut and try new things.
The cards guide students in multiple ways, helping them improve discussion dynamics, helping them focus on important elements of the text, and also encouraging them to make interdisciplinary and intertextual connections.
When you're done with the discussion, let students fill out the included reflection handout so they can consider how their group and individual dynamics changed as a result of the cards, and what they might take from that to improve future discussions.
These discussion role cards are also available in a more general format (as ELA Discussion Role Cards) and specifically tailored to the novel, Into the Wild (as part of the Into the Wild Unit Activities Pack) and the novel, 1984. I am trying to cater to teachers who prefer things in both individually tailored formats and more general formats, but please do not accidentally buy a very similar product twice. Thanks!
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