Hunger Games; Culture, Politics, Economy, and Nature
We will take a close look at the natural, political, and economic world of the Hunger Games. Does the world of the Hunger Games - Panem - relate to the past? Does Panem relate to the present? Only need to read first book/film!
Agatha Kenar JD
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Hunger Games is a very dramatic and exciting story set in a dystopian future. The world of the Hunger Games can be a great starting point to look at various human phenomenon. We will use Hunger Games as a template, and compare and contrast to past and present. Issues such as ecological sustainability and natural law will inevitably come up! No plot giveaways!
Students will have a chance to learn about and consider various human ideas and social phenomenon through the lens of the Hunger Games novel which they can in turn apply to “the real world” as well.
Please read Hunger Games before class!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Agatha Kenar JDThe challenge and beauty of being human
301 total reviews
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Hey there! I'm a homeschool mother of 3 wonderful unschooled children, age 16, 12, and 9. I am also a teacher, filmmaker, artist, and attorney. I was born in Poland, grew up in Sweden, and spent much of my adult life in NYC. We currently live on...