Hunger Games, The - Study Guide
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Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award, 2008 Cybils Award winner, California Young Reader Medal, Hal Clement Award, Andre Norton Award nominee, Hebrew Geffen Award winner, New York Times Best Seller, NPR’s top 100 teen novels.
Through Suzanne Collin’s enthralling and harrowing tale of survival and fighting for what is right in Hunger Games, students will learn:
Author Biography: Learn more about Suzanne Collins.
Before-You-Read Activities: Learn about archery, medicinal and edible wild plants, timeline, gladiatorial fights, Utopias and dystopias.
Vocabulary words used throughout the novel, utilizing a variety of activities to stimulate retention and growth.
Literary Techniques: Flashback, exposition,simile, metaphor, ethnocentrism, dramatic irony, perspective, cliff-hanger, comic relief, syntax, parallelism, repetition, paradox, foreshadowing, synonym, in-context, pacing, juxtaposition, paraphrase, antonyms, theme, dramatic structure, conflict, dynamic vs. static characters, motif, point-of-view.
Moral Lessons and Character Values: self-sacrifice, forgiveness, self-control, purity of self, do unto others as you would have them do to you, trusting God, killing, fairness, injustice, hope & peace, lying, self-honesty, vanity, Christ-figure, moral foundations of power.
Activities and Writing Assignments: including mapping, experience poem, reaction paper, self-control discussion, communication & insults, burn treatments, killer bees, injustice, business plan, migrant labor, favorite location, childhood memory, eulogy, legend of minotaur, love, distrust, Roman gladiators, new point of view, WWI treaties, names, medical first aid, defiance.
Suggestions for Further Reading: We include an in-depth reading list of more books by the same author(s) and other books that tie in with, or are similar to, Hunger Games. Movie suggestions included.
All of the unit lessons are written from a Christian worldview!
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Learn More about the Book
Read the story summary of Hunger Games and get the book HERE. Recommended for mature readers.
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- Recommended Grade Level:
- North America, dystopia, futuristic/post-apocalyptic
- American Literature, Science Fiction
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- Study Guide Author:
- Rebecca Gilleland
- For the Book By:
- Suzanne Collins
- Study Guide Page Count:
- 72 pages