These are learning stations designed to help students critically think about the treatment of people with disabilities leading up to the time Of Mice and Men was written. These learning stations are a great way to begin to start conversations about
This handout allows students to pick 3 movies (or tv shows/songs) and identify the theme. This is a good resource to begin to scaffold teaching theme with formal texts by starting with something that is engaging and students are already familiar
These learning stations are over each of the core topics in Of Mice and Men and begin the conversation about each of these in order for students to begin to construct and analyze the theme of the novel, in relation to the core topics. Each station
This is a way to introduce Lennie and George when beginning to read Of Mice and Men. It incorporates quotes of the first descriptions of Lennie and George. It allows students to begin to create an image of the characters in their mind. It also
This is a packet that includes questions for each section and the entire novel of Of Mice and Men. The questions range from questions about themes, characters, and events including having students look at elements of figurative language, etc.
This 3 day mini-unit includes a google form, Greek myth, group work, and answer keys. This can be used a supplement to a short story unit or as a review of literary elements and plot diagrams. It can also be an all encompassing review at the end
English Language Arts, Short Stories, Reading Strategies