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Book clubs give students a space to share their ideas and excitement for reading. They can connect with other students and learn from the perspectives of others. Book clubs allow an outlet for connection and growth for all students. In this club, we will meet once a week for 30 minutes, for a duration of 9 weeks (1 quarter). During each meeting, we will discuss several chapters of "The Hunger Games" that were assigned that week. Students will receive a list of questions to think about in...
Students will improve comprehension and be able to identify themes in the book.
Read 3 chapters each week individually. Look over the discussion questions and think about what you can share with the class.
"The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins (can be borrowed at a local library). Device to play Kahoot.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
"The Hunger Games" is a post apocalyptic book that centers around a main character, Katniss. In this post apocalyptic world, children are sent into an arena to fight to the death as a payment for their district's rebellion. The author makes it clear that this is wrong and the characters fight against the evil government. The recommended ages for this book are 11-13; parental discretion is advised, as this book contains some intense themes.
Emily JoransenScience, Music, Art, Life Skills
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I received my degree in science and social studies education, and spent a year teaching 2nd grade. My passion is to make learning fun, exciting, and surprising. I believe that developing a curiosity and joy towards learning brings fullness and...