I Volunteer as Tribute! the Hunger Games Movie and Book Club Reading Book 1
In this interactive eight-week class, we will read the first book in the Hunger Games and watch the movie. As the students read the book, they will learn about the characters, themes, and plots of the different books.
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Once per week
over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Class Interaction Each learner will receive a workbook for the class. The workbooks are for the learner to record his or her thoughts about the book. The learner will be required to read assigned chapters before class each week. During the course, we will discuss the chapters. Before each class, the learner must complete the assigned reading. Each student will be required to give his or her opinion on the readings. We will have group discussions, games, and team challenges as we walk...
Benefits of book clubs: · Fosters literacy · Promoted the development of social skills · Connects reading, writing, and listening · Gain critical thinking skills Discussion of chapters read. Build a vocabulary based on chapters Discussion on how to apply skills to real-life situations Identify and discuss historical and literary connections. Objectives In this book club topic that will be cover includes: Exhibit oral and writing communication skills through active listening and reading Solve critical thinking and problem-solving skills Display the ability to analyze, and evaluate data Recognize the importance and value of diversity Recognize and Identify the characteristics of a leader, Groupthink Recognize the value of Friendship Examine the comparison between the movies vs. books Develop and practice oral presentation Discussion Questions Oral Presentation Activities Escape Room
Pre Reading Chapters before each class Hunger Games movie
Workbook supplied by Instructor Pen/Pencil Book
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parental Guidance: Sensitive manner will be discussed, such as; child abuse, war, poverty, and violence, alcoholism, social injustice, graphic videos, or images, politically sensitive topics, use of weapons, handling dangerous equipment, like knives, etc.
The Hunger Game Book and Movie. The book can be purchased at the book store, Amazon, or borrowed from the library. The movie can be purchased from the book store or Amazon, Netflix.
Juanita Foster Ed. D
A Doctor of Leadership who loves teaching, and arts and crafts!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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Education reaches far beyond standardized testing and classroom curriculum. I believe teaching is a mission that gives one the privilege to change the world - one student at a time regardless of the learning environment. I am Juanita Foster. I'm...