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The Hunger Games - An In-Depth Analysis
This class will allow students to dissect the trilogy book series. We will analyze characters' motivations and growth, ethics in this dystopian world, and political issues included in the story among other areas.
Carmen Buchanan, M.S.
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This class aims to dissect the Hunger Games Trilogy. We will spend 20 minutes discussing each book. We will explore the characters motivations, lives and experiences, values and prospects. We will discuss the dystopian world were they live and political issues that are faced in the book. Relationships between characters will be reviewed as well as potential psychological issues hinted at and mentioned in the books. The last 10 minutes will allow for flexibility with time while discussing the...
My educational background is in psychology so I have knowledge of mental health topics. I am also very interested in politics and could provide historical information about autocratic governments across time. My approach of these sensitive topics will be informative in nature and age-appropriate.
I recommend the students bring their books so we can refer to them as needed. This is recommended, not required.
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1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The class will discuss political issues from the book and compare them to current ones in the real world. This includes corruption, death, and injustice. We will also explore relationships between characters including those of romantic nature and abuse. Some information about psychological illnesses will also be included such as PTSD and depression. Parental discretion is adviced.
Carmen Buchanan, M.S.Knowledge is Power
50 total reviews
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My name is Carmen Buchanan. I have a B.A in Psychology and an M.S. in Human Development & Family Science from Oklahoma State University. I have 7+ years of experience teaching both children and adults. My teaching style is a combination of...