This thirty-five-count deck of slides for Richard Connell’s “The Most Dangerous Game” will bring students’ comprehension and appreciation of this famous work of fiction to a new level. In the deck, I have included background information on a variety of topics, such as wrecking, puns, and gargoyles, and detailed guided reading questions/close-reading prompts. This is a wonderful after-reading strategy tool and will save the teacher hours upon hours of time. If you have a projector in your classroom, this is a perfect option as the colors and pictures will help to hold the attention of your students.
For many slides, I have included answer key information in the slide note section to help the teacher understand my literary interpretation. These questions are designed to promote discussions between peers and can be used as “stop and jot” prompts as well.
***Feel free to preview the document. I have included some but not all slides in the preview.***
If you like the slides, consider reviewing the accompanying reading comprehension quiz, which you can find in my TpT store.
Carolann Reznick~Literacy Rigor
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