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“The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell is a high-interest story for middle and high school students, so the activities that accompany it must be appealing as well. This unit contains plenty of activities to engage your students and make them think at the same time.
"Most Dangerous Game - CSI Plus Much More! Unit Includes:
► Vocabulary Context Clues with answer key
► Reading Guide with answer key
► CSI Investigation activity with instructions, literary terms review sheet, clues for text investigation, lab report, and answer keys
► "Looks Can Be Deceiving" where students contrast Zaroff's inner and outer self
► "Trouble for Rainsford?" where students research their state's laws to determine if Rainsford could be charged in Zaroff's alleged murder.
► Plot Competition game and answer key
► Character and Conflict with answer key
► Project Choices
► Rubrics for Project Choices
► Final Test in 2 versions with answer keys (also included in both an editable PowerpPoint and Word document for the tests if you would like to change some questions) There are 20 multiple choice, 13 true/false, 7 vocabulary matching using sentences, 2 short answer/explanation, and 1 essay.
►THE DIGITAL FILE - Includes the above in Google Slides with text boxes already there. These are colorful slides to grab students' attention. There is a student link with the slides and a separate teacher link with the answers to the slides. The plot activity is interactive, drag and drop along with the character and conflict task.
The final test is in an editable, self-grading Google Form that scrambles the answer choices. (You will need to grade the 3 written responses unless you delete those from the test).
The CSI activity really challenges students' thinking as well as many of the other activities. There are so many Common Core goals addressed in this unit that there is no need to list them all. Students write, research, think, search the text, provide evidence, use context clues, apply knowledge, discuss, collaborate, read, and have fun. Enjoy!
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If you like the CSI idea but don't need everything in the unit above, you may be interested in Most Dangerous Game - CSI Style, which includes ONLY the reading guide and answer key, literary terms review sheet and answer key, "Looks Can Be Deceiving," and Crime Scene Investigation Activity with answer key from the above unit for a lesser price.