"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis

"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis
"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis
"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis
"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis
"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis
"The Most Dangerous Game": Description, Setting, Mood, Analysis
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This 3-page unit contains a study guide of reading response questions for Richard Connell's classic short story "The Most Dangerous Game"; a writing prompt about the use of description to create mood in the story; and four sample paragraph responses for examination in class to establish a 4-point rubric (Advanced, Proficient, Basic, Below Basic). This is a focused unit that draws students' attention to the role of description, setting, characterization, and mood in this particular story and subsequent readings. DOWNLOAD THE FREE PREVIEW FOR A LOOK AT TWO SAMPLE RESPONSES. Please check out my other materials for grammar and mechanics, literary units, and writing instruction.
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