Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Hunger Games Unit Plan

Chapter by chapter lesson and activities
by

Tara Okun

on 8 November 2016

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Hunger Games Unit Plan

By: Suzanne Collins
Pre-Reading
February 4, 2016
Do Now:
Based on the survival activities from last class, please respond thoughtfully to the following:
If you had to survive out on your own, what would be the easiest part for you?
What would be some of the more difficult parts for you?
Introduction Prezi
https://prezi.com/zcli_v33kqwb/the-hunger-games-introduction/

As we go through the prezi, please complete the Cornell Notes.
Anticipation Guide
Please complete the two middle columns of the Anticipation Guide.
Exit Ticket
Based on the introduction activities, do you think you are going to enjoy reading The Hunger Games?

Why or why not?
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Participate in various background activities for The Hunger Games
in order to
build background knowledge
by
completing a journal prompt, viewing a prezi, and completing an anticipation guide
.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 1
February 9, 2016
Do Now:

Choose one statement that you have strong feelings about from the anticipation guide.

Write a paragraph explaining why you agree/disagree with that statement. Be specific!
Objectives:
Students will
read and analyze Chapter 1 in the Hunger Games
in order to
understand the elements of a Dystopian Society

by completing a graphic organizer with specific examples from the text.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it...
Map of Panem
On your own map, fill in the locations of the districts.

Take note: Much of the U.S. is under water!
Dystopian Societies
A dystopia is an
imaginary futuristic world
in which society lives under the oppression and control of a
totalitarian government
, a
repressive society
, a
force of technology
, or a
corrupt business corporation
.

Dystopias usually
start with an illusion of a perfect society, or a Utopia
. But as the story progresses, the reader and characters both realize that this fictional world is the
opposite of perfect
.
You will be completing the Dystopia Graphic Organizer as we read The Hunger Games.
Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Chapter 1
As a class we will read Chapter 1 together.
We will stop when we come across any examples of a Dystopian Society in Chapter 1.
After reading, you will complete the Text Dependent Questions independently.
1. Why does Katniss go to the woods?
2. Who is Gale?
3. Which district does Katniss live in?
4. How is Madge different from Katniss and Gale?
5. What event is today?
6. Whose name is selected from the bowl?



7. The story is set in the future, so when Katniss references her ancestors, she is referring to us. What has happened to North America? How might we have contributed to the destruction of it?
8. Gale makes the comment that the Capitol wants the districts to be divided, that it is to their advantage. What does he mean by this?
9. Katniss lives in the “Seam” of district 12. Why do you think it is named the “Seam”? What is a seam and how might it apply to her neighborhood?


Chapter 1 Text Dependent Questions
Exit Ticket
Comprehension Questions
Higher Level Analysis Questions
Chapter 2
February 11, 2016
Do Now:
What is the meaning of survival?
What do you think of?
How can using individual strengths and intelligence help someone survive?
Author Interview
Complete the "Author Interview" Film Guide as you watch the clip.

Suzanne Collins Interview: www.scholastic.com/thehungergames/videos/suzanne-collins-message.htm
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and analyze Chapter 2 in The Hunger Games
in order to
understand figurative language in the novel
by completing a handout with examples of figurative language from the text.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it...
The Class Reaping
Fill out the chart by finding your age, putting the number of people in your family, multiplying by the given number and finding your total.
Answer the questions below the chart.
Using scraps of paper, write your name on each scrap. Fill out scraps for the number of times your name would be entered.
Place all the scraps of paper into an the assigned basket.
Figurative Language in The Hunger Games
Author Suzanne Collins uses figurative language in her novel The Hunger Games.
Figurative language is writing or speech that is not meant to be taken literally.
These “figures of speech” include similes, metaphors, personification, and hyperbole.
They add interest and color and make the language more exciting and interesting.

simile: A comparison of two things (that may or not be alike) using the words like or as. She is as quick as a fox.

metaphor: A comparison of two unlike things without using like or as. The sun was a furnace.

personification: A type of metaphor in which non-human things or ideas possess human qualities or actions. The wind whistled throughout the night.

hyperbole: An obvious and deliberate exaggeration (to emphasize something or for humorous purposes). I ate a million pieces of cake today.
Complete the Figurative Language Handout with a partner!
Chapter 2 Text Dependent Questions
1. Who volunteers for Primrose?
2. How do the district 12 citizens address Katniss when she volunteers for Prim? What does
this gesture symbolize? What gestures do we use today that might have similar meanings?
3. Who is selected as the boy tribute for District 12?
4. Why couldn’t Katniss’s mother take care of Katniss or her sister Prim? If they lived somewhere other than the Seam, would things have been different for her mother?
5. How was Katniss’s life saved when she was 11 years old?
6. Would you volunteer for your little sister (or brother, or older sibling, or friend)? Why or why not? What does it tell you about Katniss?
7. How do you feel about the victors of the Hunger Games earning free food for their fellow citizens? What problems might arise?
Comprehension Questions
Higher Level Analysis Questions
Exit Ticket
Start thinking about the symbols in the novel. Can you think of anything in the text that could be a major symbol (something that represents something else)? If not, use one of the examples.

Write down one example and explain why you think it is a symbol and what you think it means.
Chapter 3
Do Now:

In your own life, when was a time when you felt defeated? How did you regain your confidence?
February 16, 2016

utopia- an imagine place in which everything is perfect

dystopia- an imagined place in which everything is unpleasant or bad. The opposite of Utopia.

entrails p.4- a person or animal's intestines or internal organs

reaping p. 10- cut or gather ( a crop or harvest), receive (a reward/benefit) as a consequence of one's own or other people's actions.

apothecary p.8- a person who prepares and sells medicines and drugs. (pharmacist or healer)

iridescent p.9- showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles.

paraffin p. 11- a flammable, whitish, translucent, waxy solid used in candles, cosmetics, polishes, and sealing and waterproofing.


tesserae p.13- a "token" from the capital- a years worth of grain and oil from one person (in ancient Greece and Rome) a small tablet of wood or bone used as a token.

meager p.13- lacking in quantity or quality

racketeers p.17- a person who engages in dishonest and fraudulent business deals

sustenance p.18- food and drink regarded as a source of strength; nourishment

tribute p.18- two teens chosen in each district to participate in the Hunger Games, as an act of repentance for rebelling to the Capitol.

repentance p.19 - feel or express sincere regret or remore about one's wrongdoing or sin; payment for your sins or wrongdoing

treason- the crime of betraying one's country, esp. by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and analyze Chapter 3 in The Hunger Games
in order to
understand dystopian societies, imagery and irony in the novel
by
completing a handout with examples from the text
.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Recap of Chapter 1
Katniss is a 16 year old girl who lives in District 12.
Katniss and her friend Gale go hunting (normal day) and trade at the Hob (black market).
They also go to Mayor's house to sell strawberries and see Madge.
Day of Reaping: District will choose 1 boy and 1 girl to participate in the Hunger Games: a fight to the death among the tributes from all twelve districts.
The games commemorate the government's repression of an attempted overthrow.
Only living winner of the Games from District 12 is Haymitch Abernathy.
This is the first year Prim, Katniss' little sister, is in the reaping.
When Effie Trinket, the escort from the Capitol for District 12 draws the names, she calls Prim.
Literary Terms
Review: Dystopia
Imagery
Definition: to use figurative language to represent objects, actions and ideas in such a way that it appeals to our physical senses.
Examples:
It was dark and dim in the forest. – The words “dark” and “dim” are visual images.
The children were screaming and shouting in the fields. – “Screaming” and “shouting” appeal to our sense of hearing or auditory sense.
He whiffed the aroma of brewed coffee. – “whiff” and “aroma” evoke our sense of smell or olfactory sense.
The girl ran her hands on a soft satin fabric. – The idea of “soft” in this example appeals to our sense of touch or tactile sense.
The fresh and juicy orange is very cold and sweet. – “ juicy” and “sweet” when associated with oranges have an effect on our sense of taste or gustatory sense.
A dystopia is an
imaginary futuristic world
in which society lives under the oppression and control of a
totalitarian government
, a
repressive society
, a
force of technology
, or a
corrupt business corporation
.

Dystopias usually
start with an illusion of a perfect society, or a Utopia
. But as the story progresses, the reader and characters both realize that this fictional world is the
opposite of perfect
.
Irony
Definition: a figure of speech in which words are used in such a way that their intended meaning is different from the actual meaning of the words. It may also be a situation that may end up in quite a different way than what is generally anticipated.
Types of Irony:
Verbal irony
involves what one does not mean. When in response to a foolish idea, we say, “what a great idea!” it is a verbal irony.
A
situational irony
occurs when, for instance, a man is chuckling at the misfortune of the other even when the same misfortune, in complete unawareness, is befalling him.
In
dramatic irony
, the characters are oblivious of the situation but the audience is not. For example, in “Romeo and Juliet”, we know much before the characters that they are going to die.
Chapter 3 Vocabulary
insurmountable p. 36: incapable of being overcome or passed over (you can't get over or past it)

maces p.39: club-like armor-breaking weapon with a spiked head

anti-climactic p.39: disappointing- no climax

sanctioned p. 41: authorized or approved

demeanor p. 45: behavior towards others

decrepit p. 46: weakened by old age or illness


Chapter 3: Scaffolded Reading
Chapter 2 Recap
We will begin reading Chapter 3 together.
You should have:
Vocabulary Sheet
Katniss Character Chart
Comprehension Questions
Chapter 3 Text Dependent Questions
Katniss immediately volunteers to take Prim's place in the Games.
As a sign of thanks and goodbye the crowd makes a gesture by putting their three fingers to their lips, then holding them out to Katniss.
Peeta Mallark is selected as the boy tribute.
In a flashback, we learn that after Katniss' father died, the family was starving. While looking through trash for something to eat, Peeta risks physical abuse to give Katniss bread which saved her and her family from starvation.
Katniss feels conflicted because she feels a debt of gratitude toward Peeta, but in the Games, she may have to kill him.
1. Who comes to say goodbye to Katniss? (List all)
2. List all the "gifts" Katniss receives and by whom they were given.
3. Why does Katniss refuse to show any emotion? Why doesn't she want to get close to any of the tributes, including Peeta?
4. What form of transportation will take Katniss and Peeta to the Capitol?
5) What happens to Haymitch at the end of Chapter 3?
6. Why is it ironic that Effie calls District 12 barbaric?
Make sure your Dystopian graphic organizer, Character Chart, and Imagery/Irony handout are complete by the end of class!
Chapter 4
February 18, 2016
Do Now:

People in power always want more power.

Agree or disagree with this statement and give examples from your life, literature or history to support it.


Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and analyze Chapter 4 in The Hunger Games
in
order to analyze the development of Katniss and her survival skills
by
completing a graphic organizer with examples from the text
.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
*Complete the Character Notes Graphic Organizer for Chapter 1.*
*Complete the Character Notes Graphic Organizer for Chapter 2.*
Comprehension Questions
Analysis Questions
*Complete the Character Notes Graphic Organizer for Chapter 3.*
1. Direct or explicit characterization

This kind of characterization takes a direct approach towards building the character. It uses another character, narrator or the protagonist himself to tell the readers or audience about the subject.

2. Indirect or implicit characterization

This is a more subtle way of introducing the character to the audience. The audience has to deduce for themselves the characteristics of the character by observing his/her thought process, behavior, speech, way of talking, appearance, and way of communication with other characters and also by discerning the response of other characters.
Characterization
How has Suzanne Collins characterized Katniss in the first three chapters? In other words, how would you describe her? Has she changed at all yet?
Think- Pair- Share
Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Chapter 3 Recap
Read this sentence from page 51 of The Hunger Games.

Any sign of danger, a distant howl, the inexplicable break of a branch, sent me flying back to the fence at first.

As it is used in the sentence, the word
inexplicable
most nearly means that the break of the branch:

a) startling, shocking c) incapable of being explained

b) obvious and accounted for d) capable of being explained
tureen p. 55- large, deep dish for serving food

cornucopia p. 58- horn containing food or drink (symbolized abundance)
Katniss is taken to the Justice Building and says goodbye to her mom and Prim.
Peeta's father visits and promises to take care of Prim.
Madge comes by and give Katniss a pin she'd been wearing. It's a bird in a circle and she makes Katniss promise to wear it to the arena.
Gale visits and they discuss strategies for The Games.
Katniss & Peeta will be traveling on a high powered train. Katniss remembers the Capitol is located in what was once called The Rockies and District 12 is in what was once called The Appalachia.
Katniss explores the train and remembers the pin- it is a mockingjay- a cross betwen a jabberjay and the mockingbird (a muttation). The jabberjay was used during the rebellion.
Effie, Katniss, and Peeta meet in the dining car for dinner- Haymitch is napping.
They watch the other reapings from other districts. During Dirict 12- Haymitch is shown drunk. Effie explains he is a former winner of the Games and is responsible for them and can get them special gifts in the arena. But as a drunk, he is useless.
Chapter 4 Text Dependent Questions
Comprehension Questions
1. What does Katniss do with the cookies Peeta’s father gave her?
2. What does she see when she does this with the cookies? How is that symbolic?
3. Why do Katniss & Peeta get upset with Haymitch?
4. What advice (about their stylists) does Haymitch give Peeta & Katniss?
5. How does Peeta act when they arrive at the Capitol?
6. What does Katniss think is Peeta’s strategy?
7. What is symbolic about what she sees with the cookies?
8. What do the woods symbolize to Katniss and Gale?
9. What is the symbolism of the arrow-shaped Katniss plant (also known as arrowroot)?
Analysis Questions
*Complete the Character Notes Graphic Organizer for Chapter 4.*
Exit Ticket
Place homework in bin
Take out binder or notebook.
Coming around to check!
* Last column of Anticipation Guide
*Complete Character Chart for Chapter 1
Exit Ticket
Complete the last column of the
Anticipation Guide.
Place in silver bin along with your dystopia graphic organizer as your "ticket to exit."
Homework: Finish dystopia graphic organizer if you haven't done so in class.
*Complete text dependent questions.
May the odds be ever in your favor...
RL.9-10.1 - Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
RL.9-10.2 - Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 - Analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme.
RL.9-10.4 - Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings
Staple rubric to Chapter 1 Text Dependent Questions and place in bin.
Homework:
Chapter 2 Text Dependent Questions.
Character Chart for first two chapters.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings
Imagine you were forced to enter your name in the reaping. How would you feel?
Chapter 2 Vocabulary
tenuous p.25- thin and slender

plaited p. 27- braided
Read this sentence from page 22 of The Hunger Games.

But in District 12, where the word tribute is pretty much
synonymous
with the word corpse, volunteers are all but extinct.

As it is used in the sentence, the word synonymous most nearly means that tribute and corpse mean:

a) the same or similar c) relating to

b) different d) not existent
We will begin reading Chapter 2 together.
You should have:
Dystopian Society Organizer
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 2
Continue reading in your groups. Switch readers at the end of each paragraph.
Work together to complete your charts!
When you have finished reading, complete the text dependent questions for Chapter 2.
Anything you don't finish is homework, so stay on task!
Working with a partner, complete the imagery/ irony activity.
Situational Irony
Verbal Irony
Dramatic Irony
In your groups, please discuss...
What is an example of dramatic irony in
The Odyssey
?
In your groups, please discuss...
What is an example of situational irony in
Chapter One or Chapter Two of
The Hunger Games?
Hint: What did we, the audience, know that the characters did not know?
Hint: What happens at the end of the chapter that we did not expect?
In your groups, please discuss...
What is an example of verbal irony in
Chapter One or Chapter Two of
The Hunger Games?
Homework:
Complete Text Dependent Questions
Complete Character Chart for Chapters 1-3
Continue reading in your groups until page 34. Switch readers at the end of each paragraph. Work together to complete your charts!
When you have finished reading, complete the higher analysis question for Chapter 3.
Anything you don't finish is homework, so stay on task!
Self and Peer Assessment to follow...
How does this figurative language help create the dystopian society?
After completing 1-3 of the handout, respond on the back to the following:
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings
Character Notes Graphic Organizer
In order to understand the development of Katniss throughout the novel, you will be tracking new information about her for every chapter.
You are responsible for completing this graphic organizer as we read. It is a summative!
Model
Chapter

New Information
Text Evidence
Significance
Chpt. 1
Katniss provides for her family by hunting wild game in the woods.
"But there's also food if you know how to find it" (5).
Katniss is a skilled hunter who can use a bow and arrow. This is a rare survival skill that can help her in The Hunger Games.
Complete the row for Chapter 2 and 3 on your own!
Use post-it's to mark any new information about Katniss, and examples of imagery/irony.
Exit Ticket:
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings
Chapter 4: Scaffolded Reading
We will begin reading Chapter 4 together.
You should have:
Vocabulary Sheet
Katniss Character Chart
Comprehension Questions
Continue reading in your groups until page 56. Switch readers at the end of each paragraph. Work together to complete your charts!
When you have finished reading, complete the higher analysis question for Chapter 4.
Anything you don't finish is homework, so stay on task!
Self and Peer Assessment to follow...
Use post-it's to mark any new information about Katniss, and examples of symbolism ( cookies, woods, arrowroot)
* Place Chapter 2 Text Dependent Questions
February 22, 2016
Do Now: Journal Entry
If you had three days to prepare for The Games, what would you do?
Chapter 5 & Chapter 6
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Review Chapter 5 and read Chapter 6
in
order to analyze the preparation of the Tributes and relate it to the themes in the novel
by
completing a graphic organizer with examples from the text
.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it when...
Chapters 5 & 6 Vocabulary
swathe p. 61- to wrap tightly with a cloth

affectations p.63- an artificial trait, quality, action or expression (fake-looking)
Chapter 4 Review
Katniss and Peeta help Haymitch back to his room.
Peeta offers to clean him up and put him to bed. Katniss suspects he is being kind to get the upper hand.
Katniss and Peeta stand up to Haymitch about his drinking.
Encouraged that they may show spunk, Haymitch promises to help them if they don't interfere with his drinking and they do exactly what he says.
As the train pulls into the Capitol, Peeta waves at the crowd.
Katniss thinks he is trying to get a sponsor with his outgoing personality.
"Makeover for Survival?"
Evidence Based Claim (EBC) - Summative Assessment
Complete the organizer:
Identify the steps in the physical makeover Katniss goes through in the Remake Center.
Provide evidence from the text (MLA format)
Explain how the step relates to either of the following themes:
Dystopian Society
Survival
Remember to explain WHY

Complete the quote analysis:
Answers should be in effective paragraph form with a clear claim, integrated text evidence, and sufficient explanations and analysis.
Chapter 6 Text Dependent Questions
*Complete the Character Notes Graphic Organizer for Chapter 5 & 6.*
Comprehension Questions
Higher Level Analysis
1) Which floor of the Training Center is assigned to Katniss, Peeta and their team?
2) How did Peeta "save" Katniss at dinner?
3) What is an avox?
4) Where had Katniss seen the Avox girl previously?
5) Do you think it is merely coincidence that the red headed Avox girl is serving the District 12 tributes, the nearest district from where she was captured? Could it be possible that the Capitol knows Katniss was in the woods that day? Why or why not?
Homework:
Read Chapter 6 (p. 73-85)
Complete Text Dependent Questions
Katniss Character Chart (Chapters 1-6)
Homework: Text Dependent Questions for Chapter 4. read Chapter 5 (Summative next class). Character Chart. Progress Report Signed.
Let's review!!!
We are going to play a Kahoot!
Someone in your group should volunteer to use their cell phone to record your group's responses.
Choose a nickname for your team!
The Kahoot will cover Chapters 1-3 of THE HUNGER GAMES to assess reading comprehension and knowledge of characters and plot elements.
Go to kahoot.it
Wait for pin#
https://play.kahoot.it/#/login?next=%252Fk%252Fa2e50128-29ef-4bf7-8a11-6eca449e6279
How is Katniss characterized in this clip?
How would you describe her? Support with a specific detail.
Call
ing o
n col
ors...
Call
ing o
n col
ors...
Call
ing o
n col
ors...
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings
It is the day of the opening ceremonies and Katniss is being prepared to meet her stylist who is in charge of how she looks for the opening ceremonies and the games.
Cinna, (Katniss' stylist) and Portia (Peeta's stylist) have planned costumes for the opening ceremony.
Katniss is afraid it will be something horrible like past costumes but they are dressed in a costume that is "on fire."
Peeta and Katniss hold hands as they ride in a chariot through the streets; their costumes are spectacular and the crowd and TV cameras love them.
They return from the parade and Cinna & Portia put out the fire.
When Peeta compliments Katniss, she is suspicious and decides to play "his game" by kissing him on his bruise.
Chapter 5 Review
Comprehension Questions
1. Where are Katniss and Peeta taken when they arrive to the Capitol?
2. What do these people do to Katniss?
3. Who is Katniss’s stylist?
4. What is his plan for her outfit in the Opening Ceremony?
5. What slogan does her stylist come up with for her?
6. What is the reaction from the Capitol crowd to the District 12 tributes in the Opening Ceremonies?

Higher Level Analysis
7. Why is the slogan fitting for Katniss? (refer to #5)
8. How might the crowd’s reaction help Katniss and Peeta in the games? (refer to #6)
9. Describe the Capitol. How is it different from District 12?
10. What can you infer about the Capitol citizens based on their behavior and appearance? How do they view and treat the district citizens/tributes?


Chapter 5
Choose group roles.

Recorder should log on to chromebook and go to nearpod.

Wait for pin...

https://app.nearpod.com/#/?pin=0BE297911EAE3F03D49742ECEC0F6B5E-1
Chapter 5 Review and Analysis
Exit Ticket:
Self-assessment.
Complete EBC rubric, both sides.
Read this sentence from page 79 of The Hunger Games.

Presenting ourselves not as adversaries but as friends has distinguished us as much as the fiery costumes.

As it is used in the sentence, a synonym for the word
adversaries
would be:

a) friends c) opponents

b) lovers d) enemies
Remake Center Summative
Assessment and Chapter 7

February 24, 2016
Do Now: Journal Entry
How do teenagers typically rebel against authority? Give specific examples.
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Review Chapter 6 and read Chapter 7
in order to
analyze the character motivation in the novel
by
completing a graphic organizer with examples from the text.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapters 7 & 8 Vocabulary
Chapter 7
As a class we will read Chapter 7 together.

Use post-it notes to mark answers to Text Dependent Questions.

After reading, you will complete the Text Dependent Questions independently.
Chapter 7 Text Dependent Questions
Exit Ticket
deluged p.86- flooded or overwhelmed

oblivious p.93- unaware

surly p.99- rude, unfriendly, or hostile

sic p.104- to attack or to incite an attack (used as a command)

irredeemably p. 104- cannot be bought back or paid off; hopeless

mediocre p.113- ordinary; neither good or bad
Recap Chapter 6
They are in the training center and Katniss experiences the luxury of her apartment.
Katniss, Peeta, Haymitch Effie, Cinna and Portia meet for dinner- Katniss thinks she recognizes one of the servers.
The girl is an Avox- someone who has committed a crime and whose tongue has been cut out.
They watch a televised replay of the parade & Haymitch comments that them holding hands is a sign of rebellion.
Peeta & Katniss talk on the roof where Peeta asks how Katniss knew the Avox and she tells him the story of seeing her captured in the woods.
Katniss goes back to her room and the Avox is cleaning it. She feels guilty she didnt help when she had the chance.
Comprehension Questions:
1) True or False: One of Katniss’s skills is shooting with a bow and arrow.
2) True or False: One of Peeta’s skills is throwing a knife.
3) Katniss shoots at a turkey during her private session with the Gamemakers.

Higher Level Analysis Questions:
4) What strategy does Haymitch suggest for Katniss and Peeta during training? How does it set them apart? Do you think it will be effective? Why or why not?
5. Compare the living conditions of the Capitol and District 12. List them all. Why is there such a contrast?

*Make sure your Katniss Graphic Organizer is up to date! Add Chapters 7 & 8!
Why America Loves Reality TV- Analysis of a Non-Fiction Article
February 26, 2016
Do Now: Journal Entry
In your own words, describe reality television. Give specific examples of reality television series. Do you enjoy watching reality television? Explain. Do you think reality television is desensitizing people in any way?
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and analyze the non-fiction article "Why America Loves Reality TV"
in order to
understand and relate the themes in The Hunger Games to the 21st Century
by
completing a graphic organizer and a constructed response
.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Reality Television:

1) television programs in which
real people
are
continuously filmed
, designed to be
entertaining
rather than informative.


2) a genre of television programming in which
"real life" people
are
followed in a situation, game, etc.
Examples:
"Why America Loves Reality TV"
Task:

Read the article "Why America Loves Reality TV" by Steven Reiss and James Wilz.
Read the prompt and complete the Road Map Graphic Organizer.
Using the prompt and your Road Map, write a well developed one paragraph constructed response.
Exit Ticket
According to the article, “Why America Loves Reality TV,” what is one aspect that all reality television shows have in common? How does this article relate to the
Hunger Games
?
Constructed Response Prompt:
Using the prompt and your Road Map, write a well developed ONE paragraph constructed response.
Due by the end of class
Read Chapter 8 and complete
text dependent questions
Comprehension Questions:
1) How would you respond to Katniss's private session if you were a Gamemaker? Why?
2) True or False: Peeta scored a 7 for his training session.
3) True or False: Katniss scores a 12 for her training session.
Higher Level Analysis Questions:
4) Why do you think Peeta wants to train separately?
*Make sure to keep your Katniss Graphic Organizer up to date! Add Chapter 8!

Chapter 7 Recap
Training begins- at the end of training, each tribute will be given a numerical rating by the Gamemakers.
Peeta and Katniss decide to train together & Haymitch tells them in public they need to be seen together as friends.
During training, they work on new skills and on the 2nd day, they noticed they are being followed by Rue, the tribute from District 11.
On the last day, tributes go in front of the Gamemakers and Katniss goes last- she realizes the Gamemakers are bored and not paying attention.
She shoots an arrow that pierces through the apple in the pigs mouth and she leaves.
Homework:
Place homework in the bin
(Chapter 6 Questions)
"Makeover for Survival?"
Evidence Based Claim (EBC) - Summative Assessment
Last class we completed the organizer:
Identified the steps in the physical makeover Katniss goes through in the Remake Center.
Provided evidence from the text (MLA format)
Explain how the step relates to either of the following themes:
Dystopian Society
Survival
Remember to explain WHY
Today we will...
Complete the quote analysis:
Answers should be in effective paragraph form with a clear claim, integrated text evidence, and sufficient explanations and analysis.
Dystopian Societies Review
A dystopia is an
imaginary futuristic world
in which society lives under the oppression and control of a
totalitarian government
, a
repressive society
, a
force of technology
, or a
corrupt business corporation
.

Dystopias usually
start with an illusion of a perfect society, or a Utopia
. But as the story progresses, the reader and characters both realize that this fictional world is the
opposite of perfect
.
How might the Capitol citizens' self-alteration be a form of oppression?
How might this "remake" be necessary for Katniss' survival?
Homework: Complete Character chart up to Chapter 7
Katniss Character Analysis - Group Task (Summative)
March 1, 2016
Do Now:

Working in your groups, compare and contrast your Katniss Character Charts.

You should have Chapters 1-7 completed.
Any past due assignments IN THE BIN!
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Analyze character development of the protagonist of The Hunger Games
by
working in collaborative groups
to
create a visual interpretation of what is emphasized in each chapter
.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.

Group Task: Katniss Character Posters
Summative Assessment
Define Group Roles:
Leader: Reads instructions and keeps group on task
Recorder: Helps locate text evidence
Time-Keeper/Group Voice: Gathers materials and watches time
Presenter: Expert on group findings during group presentation
ALL MEMBERS: Contribute to poster and participate in group presentation
Read through the directions carefully and watch your time! Group presentations will begin promptly at 11:50
Exit Ticket:

BE HONEST!
*CUT-OFF DATE IS TOMORROW*
Training begins- at the end of training, each tribute will be given a numerical rating by the Gamemakers.
Peeta and Katniss decide to train together & Haymitch tells them in public they need to be seen together as friends.
During training, they work on new skills and on the 2nd day, they noticed they are being followed by Rue, the tribute from District 11.
On the last day, tributes go in front of the Gamemakers and Katniss goes last- she realizes the Gamemakers are bored and not paying attention.
She shoots an arrow that pierces through the apple in the pigs mouth and she leaves.
Recap Chapter 7
Homework:
Read Chapter 8
Complete Text Dependent
Questions
Chapter 9: Symbolism
Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Chapter 9 Text Dependent Questions
Comprehension Questions
Higher Level Analysis Questions
*Update your Katniss Character Chart for Chapter 9
Do Now: Journal Entry
Objectives:
March 3, 2016
SWBAT:
identify and analyze symbols

in order to
understand how symbolism enhances characterization and plot development in the novel
by
completing a graphic organizer.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Exit Ticket
Let's review!!!
We are going to play a Kahoot!
Someone in your group should volunteer to log on to a chromebook to record your group's responses.
Choose a nickname for your team!
The Kahoot will cover Chapters 6-8 and symbols of THE HUNGER GAMES to assess reading comprehension and knowledge of characters, plot elements, and symbolism.
Go to kahoot.it
Wait for pin#
banal p. 115- boring or ordinary : not interesting

ferocity p. 118- a very fierce or violent quality

gossamer p. 126- a very light or delicate material

anecdote p. 130-a short story about an
interesting or funny event or occurrence

1. Why is the interview (and appealing to the crowd) so important for a tribute?
2. List all the different personalities (or “angles”) Haymitch attempts to have Katniss practice while he is coaching her for her interview.
3. Is Katniss successful at any of these “angles”? Explain.
4. Whose interview steals the show, Katniss’s or Peeta’s?


5. Why does Haymitch have difficulty coaching Katniss for her interview? How would you coach her if you were him?
6. Describe Caesar Flickerman. Does he remind you of any current TV personalities or talk show hosts?
7. What do you think Peeta’s motivation is with his announcement at the end of part 1?
8. Prediction: What do you think will happen in Part II? Why? Give evidence based on what you have read so far. If you read ahead, give examples of foreshadowing from Part I that clued you in to future events.

Look carefully at the Capitol’s seal, then answer the following questions:
• What details do you notice?
• Are any of the details symbolic of anything? Explain.
• Does it remind you of any other seals or emblems? Explain.
What is Symbolism?
A symbol is something concrete which represents an abstract idea.

Be prepared to share at least 3 symbols and explain what they symbolize.
Symbolism Graphic Organizer

• Know your characters.
• Symbolism--Know the following & what they symbolize:
*Peeta *Peetaʼs bread *the woods *katniss root/plant *dandelions *the “silent salute” *mockingjay
• How do Katniss & Peeta act on-camera? Off-camera? Why differently?
• What makes the Career tributes different from the other tributes? • Know the districts the Career tributes are from.
• What is the purpose of the stylists, training session scores, and having a good interview for a tribute?
• Know Peetaʼs surprise news during his interview.
• What are Katnissʼs special skills and strengths?
• What are Peetaʼs special skills and strengths?
• What special skills do the Career tributes have?
• Who do you think will win the Games (of all the tributes) and why?
• Which three events changed Katniss the most? (Be specific and provide the specific chapter and page number).





Chapter 8 Recap
Afraid that her rash actions will cause her family to be punished or to be imprisoned, Katniss locks herself in her room and cries.
Finally, she comes out for dinner and confesses what happened to Haymitch, Effie, Peeta, Cinna, and Portia.
When the ratings come out, Katniss has scored
eleven points out of a possible twelve!
This could increase her chances of getting sponsorship.
The next morning, Katniss goes down to breakfast to learn that Peeta has asked to be coached separately.
Katniss Everdeen, "The Girl on Fire"
As you watch, notice Katniss' physical transformation. Consider which scene is from your assigned chapter.
Homework: Part One Unit Test Review
Chapter 9: Scaffolded Reading
We will begin reading Chapter 9 together (114-117).
You should have:
Vocabulary Sheet
Katniss Character Chart
Comprehension Questions
Use post-it's to mark any new information about Katniss, themes and examples of symbolism.
Continue reading in your groups until page 123. Switch readers at the end of each paragraph. Work together to complete your comprehension questions!
When you have finished reading, complete the higher analysis questions for Chapter 9.
Anything you don't finish is homework, so stay on task!
Self Assessment to follow...
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings.
Notice the symbols on a dollar bill?
Choose one from each of the following:
Everyday life
Movies
Literature
Complete the organizer:
Identify what your assigned symbols represents
Provide evidence from the text (MLA citation).
Explain how the object or person represents your claim.
Remember to explain WHY thoroughly!
*Presenter should be ready to share!
*If you finish early, complete the last two symbols independently.
The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.
https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/93c5d20f-e925-4a4d-9daa-6a926766bf0b

Models of Katniss Poster
Homework in the bin, please!
Homework: Chapter 9 Text Dependent Questions. Katniss Character Chart for Chapter 9. Part One Unit Review. TEST NEXT CLASS.
Part 1: Unit Exam
Part 1: Film
Do Now:

Take out your study guide and review for 5 minutes.
Objectives:

SWBAT: to complete a comprehensive unit exam in order to show understanding of Part 1 for the Hunger Games.
March 7, 2016
March 9, 2016
Objectives:
SWBAT
view Part 1 of The Hunger Games film
in
order to
analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different artistic mediums
, including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment
by completing a graphic organizer.
Place Chapter 9
Text Dependent
Questions in bin
Journal Entry:
In the press pack for the film, author Suzanne Collins is quoted as saying: ‘Not all the characters are going to make it to the screen...it was hard to let them go but I don’t think that the choices damaged the emotional arc of the story.’
■ What do you understand by this statement?
■ What conclusions might you draw about the author’s view of the film version?

RL9-10.1, RL9-10.3, RL9-10.7
Movie Poster
There were a number of posters created to promote The Hunger Games but in the final days before the film’s launch, the final design appeared on billboards, on buses and in the media. It carries some important hints about the film and the centrality of Katniss, who is played by Jennifer Lawrence.
■ What messages do you feel this image contains about Katniss’ character? Look closely at the way she is photographed, and any effects or aspects of design that seem to have been added to the original image.

■ Through her role as a tribute, Katniss is meant to be a part of the propaganda mechanism for Panem, the great capital city, but through her actions – volunteering in her sister’s place, and the way she behaves during the games – she becomes a symbol of resistance. Does this poster suggest either of these identities for her?

■ Katniss is pointing her arrow at us. How does that serve the purposes of the poster as an element in the film’s marketing campaign?

■ Finally, the poster carries the caption: "The World Will Be Watching" – how is that both in keeping with the story and representative of the kind of language that might be used in promotional materials?

Movie Poster
■ As you watch, notice how the single account of Peeta’s kindness in giving Katniss burnt bread, explored in one main passage early on in the novel, is much more slowly revealed in the film as Katniss remembers the incident in flashback.

■How does the editing of this memory in the film allow it to create extra tensions, and perhaps misdirection for the audience as to the relationship between Katniss and Peeta?
Focus: Scenes
Unlike in the book, there are a number of scenes in the film at which Katniss is not present.

As you watch the film, keep a note of some of these and consider why the filmmakers felt it necessary to include them.

In particular, consider all the scenes in the gamemakers’ ‘studio’ and how they add to the suspense and audience anticipation ahead of events on the ground in the ‘arena.’

Focus: Absent Protagonist
As you watch, look out for any scenes that are shot from Katniss’ point-of-view.

Give examples of the different ways in which this effect is achieved, and the impact it has on the audience at particular moments.

For example, consider how the use of a hand-held camera, the use of sound, the use of slow motion or other effects and camera movement such as rapid pans (where the camera moves quickly from one point of focus to another) add to the sense that we are experiencing things as the character herself is.
Focus: Point of View
Today I will...
So I can...
I know I have it by...
Film Analysis Graphic Organizer
Exit Ticket
Centers Remediation
Comprehensive Part One Unit Exam
If you were not here last class...
Characters, vocabulary, short answer,
graphic organizer on the skills of Katniss and Peeta and symbols of the novel.
Remember constructed response to follow
Edcite Nonfiction Text Remediation
Constructed Response
If you were here last class but did not finish...
Chapter 10 Text Dependent Questions
1. Peeta says that he doesn’t want to lose himself once the Games begin and that he wants to prove he’s not just a “piece in their Games.” What does he mean by this?

2. How will the Capitol and audience be able to locate the tributes in the arena? What does this remind you of?

3. How do you feel about Capitol residents touring the past arenas? How does it make Katniss feel? Can you think of places that people vacation to that might be similar to the Hunger Games arenas? Why do people visit them? Are we any different than the Capitol residents in this regard? Why or why not?

4. What is the purpose of a district token? Can you think of any events in real life where people might bring a token with them? Explain.
Read and analyze:
Please remember: TAG (Title, author, genre) in topic sentence!
And proper MLA citation with author and page number!
March 11, 2016
Do Now:
Help Peeta & Katniss get out of the maze alive!
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and analyze Chapter 11 to
analyze examples of theme and character development
by
completing a graphic organizer and analysis questions.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapters 10 & 11 Vocabulary
urn (134) - a large decorative vase, usually with ornamental feet or a pedestal

catacombs p. 143- an underground passageway; underground cemetery

serrated p. 151- notched on the edge, like a saw

smoldering p.158- to burn without a flame
Chapter 10 Text Dependent Questions
1. Peeta says that he doesn’t want to lose himself once the Games begin and that he wants to prove he’s not just a “piece in their Games.” What does he mean by this?

2. How will the Capitol and audience be able to locate the tributes in the arena? What does this remind you of?

3. How do you feel about Capitol residents touring the past arenas? How does it make Katniss feel? Can you think of places that people vacation to that might be similar to the Hunger Games arenas? Why do people visit them? Are we any different than the Capitol residents in this regard? Why or why not?

4. What is the purpose of a district token? Can you think of any events in real life where people might bring a token with them? Explain.
Analysis Questions:
Chapter 10 Recap
Katniss is furious about Peeta's story of unrequited love for her.
Later, she confronts him and tells him she thinks it makes her look weak.
Haymitch tells her it's her only hope for him to get her sponsors and Katniss recognizes that this is true.
That night, unable to sleep, Katniss goes up to the roof and finds Peeta there.
He talks about how he wants to maintain his identity in spite of the brutality of the Games.
They end their conversation with harsh words to each other.
The next morning, Katniss goes to the arena with Cinna who helps her prepare.
She wears the mockingjay and a tracker is inserted into her arm.
At the close of the chapter, as Katniss is going into the arena, she hears the announcer's voice proclaim that the 74th Hunger Games have begun.
Homework
Chapters 10 & 11
Katniss Character Chart Check! Have your graphic organizer on your desk.
Make sure you have your book, binder, and something to write with!
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Chapter 11 - p. 148
We will begin reading Chapter 11 together.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 11 - Themes/Analysis Organizer
Continue reading in your groups. Switch readers at the end of each paragraph.
Work together to complete your charts!

When you have finished reading, complete the themes graphic organizer for Chapter 11.
Anything you don't finish is additional homework, so stay on task!
As you read, focus on theme. For example, how does the theme of Reality TV appear in Chapter 11?
Themes - A Review
Dystopian Society/Controlling Government
Humanity/Inhumanity
War & Violence
Survival
Love & Friendship
Reality TV
Desensitization to violence
Rebellion
In your groups, identify the theme that connects to your assigned event.
Explain how it connects to the theme chosen.
Complete the Themes graphic organizer
Higher Level Analysis Questions (on back)
Clear claim
Evidence
Explanation
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 11
Exit Ticket - Status Updates!
Complete the Chapter 11 Status Update for your chosen character (Katniss OR Peeta)

Focus only on Chapter 11 and write in the character's voice, NOT yours!
Character Status Updates
Pretend you are Katniss or Peeta.

On the handout provided, give a "status update" as if you were writing this for your Facebook or Twitter page.

Write in the character's voice, not yours!
March 15, 2016
Do Now:
Theme Review: Complete the Word Jumble to identify themes of the novel.
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and identify the protagonist's skills in Chapter 12
to

analyze Katniss as a tribute versus the Careers
by
citing evidence on a graphic organizer and completing analysis questions.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 12: Katniss as a Tribute
Chapter 11 Recap
Homework
Chapters 12 & 13
Unscramble the code and find which character fits this description!
Make sure you have your book, binder, and something to write with.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Chapter 12 - p. 161
We will begin reading Chapter 12 together.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 12 - "Katniss as a Tribute" Organizer
Continue reading in your groups. Switch readers at the end of each paragraph.
Work together to complete your charts!

When you have finished reading, complete the the graphic organizer for Chapter 12 and Analysis Questions.
Due at the end of class, so stay on task!
Reading Purpose: As you read, focus on the theme of survival. How does Katniss stack up as a tribute in relation to the Careers?
Themes - A Review
Dystopian Society/Controlling Government
Humanity/Inhumanity
War & Violence
Survival
Love & Friendship
Reality TV
Desensitization to violence
Rebellion
In your groups, identify the skills Katniss uses for survival. Describe how each skill benefits her.
Explain how it connects to the theme of survival.
Read Chapter 13
Complete Text Dependent Questions
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 12 and 13
Complete the Chapter 12 Status Update for your chosen character (Katniss OR Peeta)

Focus only on Chapter 12 and write in the character's voice, NOT yours!
Character Status Update: Chapter 11
Pretend you are Katniss or Peeta.

On the handout provided last class, give a "status update" as if you were writing this for your Facebook or Twitter page.

Write in the character's voice, not yours!
Chapters 12 & 13 Vocabulary
foresight p. 164- care or provision for the future

inferno p. 174- Hell; a place of fiery heat or destruction

vipers p. 175- venomous snakes

stupor p. 180- in a daze, shock (usually caused by drugs)

fiend p. 182- the devil; someone wicked or evil

bravado p. 183- show off or bragging
In the arena, Katniss has exactly one minute to survey her surroundings.
She sees the Cornucopia that is full of supplies and for a moment she decides to disregard Haymitch's advice to run away.
She thinks she'll run in and get weapons, but she's distracted by Peeta, and when the starting gong goes off, she's lost time.
She runs to the woods, but not before she witnesses a tribute's death and is chased by a knife-wielding girl.
Katniss managed to pick up a backpack and piece of plastic on her way.
As she runs through the woods, she is in search of water.
As the night falls, she sees in the sky those tributes that had died; eleven had lost their lives that day.
That night she sleeps in a tree. During the night, she witnesses another tribute building a fire nearby.
The tribute is soon discovered by a pack of tributes who have formed an alliance.
Katniss listens from her hiding place as the pack of tributes argue about whether or not the girl is dead.
Katniss recognizes one of the voices as Peeta's.
Today's
Focus
on Theme
* Please note:
The next cut-off date is
March 17th


Chapter 13 Text Dependent Questions
Directions: On a separate piece of lined paper, answer each question in complete sentences. Use text evidence to support the higher level analysis questions.

Comprehension Questions
1. Whom does Katniss believe to have started the fire?
2. What is the new twist of the game?
3. What does Katniss realize from the top of the tree? What surprising thing does she do?
4. Describe the night’s encounter with the Career Tributes.


Higher Level Analysis
5. How do the Gamemakers intervene during the Hunger Games? Do you think it is playing fair? Why or why not?
6. What is ironic about Katniss’ injury?

Chapter 7 revealed each of the skills for both Katniss and Peeta.

(Review the training center on pages 88-91 if needed).
Prior to the games, which skills of Katniss were most apparent?
At the start of the games, which skills of Katniss are most apparent?
With your group...

Read this sentence from page 164 of The Hunger Games.

I'm about to take off when I think of my snares. Maybe it's imprudent to check them with others so close.

As it is used in the sentence, the word
imprudent

most nearly means:

a) weak b) important c)unwise d)cautious

Everyone must be prepared to answer with an explanation, so make sure you discuss!
Chapters 14 & 15
March 17, 2016
Do Now:
Work in groups to complete the Tribute Organizer.
Homework in the bin!
Make sure you have your book, binder, and something to write with.
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read Chapters 14 and 15
to identify differences in the districts and analyze elements of a Dystopian Society

by

citing evidence on a graphic organizer and completing analysis questions.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Chapters 14 & 15 Vocabulary
befuddled (191) - to confuse or baffle

noxious (197) - harmful; hurtful; unhealthy

prestigious (203) - honored; respected

evasion (207) - escaping or avoiding
Complete the Chapter 14 Status Update for your chosen character (Katniss OR Peeta)

Focus only on Chapter 14 and write in the character's voice, NOT yours!
Homework
Read Chapter 15
Complete Comparison Chart & Paragraph
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 14 and 15
* Please note:
The next cut-off date is
today, March 17th


Chapter 14 - p. 185
You will read Chapter 14 independently.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Status Updates
Chapter 14 - Higher Level Analysis Questions
When you have finished reading, complete the Analysis Questions for Chapter 14 and submit. Also Status Updates and Katniss Chart.
Reading Purpose: Think about the elements of a Dystopian Society. What elements of the arena highlight this theme?
Chapter 15: Compare/Contrast Activity
Chapters 12 and 13 Recap
CHAPTER 12- Katniss cannot believe that Peeta has aligned himself with Career Tributes. As she continues her search for water, she contemplates Peeta's strategy. She is also aware that she is being televised. She travels through the woods desperately searching for water. She is coming weaker and weaker. She comes to a cluster of berry bushes, but the berries aren't familiar to her. Rather than risking being poisoned, Katniss leaves the berries and continues her search for water. She is hoping Haymitch will send her water. When he doesn't, she figures she must be close to it, but she collapses into the mud unable to go any further. She realizes there must be water nearby and finds a pond. She drinks water which makes her feel better. She beds down for the night, but is awakened a few hours later by a stampede and the smell of smoke.

CHAPTER 13- Katniss races ahead of the fire- a fire deliberately set by the Gamemakers to force the tributes to fight. The fireballs come crashing towards, one hits her calf, and she is burned. As she rests, she hears the pack of Careers and Peeta coming through the forest. Katniss finds a tree and climbs it. Unable to follow her up the tree, they leave her until morning. As darkness falls, Katniss sees another tribute in the next tree. It's Rue. She points to something in Katniss's tree that is above her head.


Character Status Updates
Give a "status update" for Chapter 13 as if you were writing this for your Facebook or Twitter page.

Write in the character's voice, not yours!
Chapters 16 and 17
March 21, 2016
Do Now: MY FAVORITE QUOTES
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read Chapters 16 and 17 to
identify, interpret, and analyze quotes or dialogue (and interior monologue)

in order to
understand how it expresses characterization and develops the plot
by
completing text dependent and higher level analysis questions.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Chapters 16 Vocabulary
Exit Ticket:
Self and Peer Assessment
Complete the Chapter 16 Status Update for your chosen character (Katniss OR Peeta)

Focus only on Chapter 16 and write in the character's voice, NOT yours!
Homework
Read Chapter 17
Complete Text Dependent Questions
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 16 and 17
Chapter 16 - p. 208
We will read Chapter 16 together.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Status Updates
Chapter 16 - Quote Analysis
When you have finished reading, complete the Quote Analysis for Chapter 16 and submit. Also Status Updates and Katniss Chart.
Reading Purpose: To identify and analyze dialogue (and interior monologue) and how it develops characterization and plot.
Chapters 14 and 15 Recap
Character Status Updates
Give a "status update" for Chapter 15 (And Chapter 14, if not complete) as if you were writing this for your Facebook or Twitter page.

Write in the character's voice, not yours!
Book check and Katniss Character Chart check next class!
rendezvous (213)
agreement to meet at a certain time & place; the planned meeting


copse (214)
thicket of small trees or bushes
Please note: There are no vocabulary words for Chapter 17.
CHAPTER 14: Katniss sees Rue pointing to something above Katniss’ head, and it is a tracker jacker nest! Tracker jackers are killer wasps made by the Capitol. If they sting you, you will begin to hallucinate. If you get too many stings, you are dead. Katniss receives her first gift from sponsors, high-tech ointment for her burn. She spreads it on her leg and it heals automatically.Katniss drops the tracker jacker nest on Careers and Peeta. The nest crashes to the ground, and immediately Katniss gets three stings. She takes out the stingers. She manages to get the bow and arrows from Glimmerʼs body. Katniss begins to hallucinate, but realizes Peeta saves her from Cato when he yells for her to run. She eventually blacks out.


CHAPTER 15: Katniss offers to make an alliance with Rue. She also offers Rue some meat, and in exchange, Rue helps Katniss treat her tracker jacker stings with a type of leaf. Katniss also shares her ointment with Rue, and as they eat, Rue reveals more about District 11. Although they’re the district that produces most of the food, they’re never allowed to eat the crops themselves, and the officials are much stricter there than they are in District 12. Public whippings are a common occurrence. Rue and Katniss lay out their food and materials to share, and Rue recognizes the strange sunglasses from Katniss’s pack that Katniss dismissed for being useless in the sun. Rue says that the glasses are used to see at night. Katniss offers to share her sleeping bag at night, and Rue gratefully accepts the offer. That night, as the anthem plays, Katniss asks Rue how many other tributes have died and reveals that Peeta saved her life the other night. Rue responds that two tributes died from the tracker jacker stings, and the other Careers are recovering by the lake, but Peeta isn’t among them. He may have had to flee after helping Katniss.
Write your favorite quote from the novel in the speech bubble. Underneath, write the speaker of the quote, chapter and page number. Provide context, analyze, and explain why you like it!
Quote Identification and Analysis
Directions: On a separate piece of lined paper, answer each question in complete sentences. Use text evidence to support the higher level analysis questions.

Comprehension Questions

1. How is Katniss injured?

2. How does Katniss know something went wrong as she is looking for Rue?


Higher Level Analysis

3. What does the word “rue” mean? What does it mean to “rue the day”? How is this symbolic of the events of part II? Make a prediction of Katniss’ reaction.


4. If Katniss had given Rue her knife when they had separated, would circumstances have turned out differently for Rue? Why or why not?

Chapter 17 Text Dependent Questions
Exit Ticket:
Self and Peer Assessment
Exit Ticket:
Self and Peer Assessment
All should be ready to share!
Chapter 18
March 23, 2016
Do Now:
Read the following quote from Chapter 17.

"The betting must be getting really hot in the Capitol. They'll be doing special features on each of us now. Probably interviewing our friends and families" (226).
What theme does this quote represent?
What is the significance of this quote in the novel?
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read Chapter 18 to
identify, interpret, and analyze themes portrayed in the novel

in order to
understand how it expresses characterization and develops the plot
by
completing text dependent and a graphic organizer.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 18 Vocabulary
Chapters 16 & 17 Recap
Chapter 18 pg. 233
Chapter 18 Text Dependent Questions
Exit Ticket:
- Self/ Group Evaluation
- Update Katniss Chart
Homework:

- Make sure your Katniss Character Chart is updated up to Chapter 18. It will be checked for a grade!
Read this sentence from page 236 of The Hunger Games.

" Rue's death has forced me to confront my own fury against the cruelty, the injustice they inflict upon us. But here, even more strongly than at home, I feel my impotence."

As it is used in the sentence, the word
impotence
means...

a) strength c) intelligent

b) confusion d) weakness

Write an original sentence using this new vocabulary word.
despondency p. 238- loss of hope; dejected
Chapter 18 Vocabulary
Chapter 16
Katniss sneaks down to the Career Camp to figure out how to destroy their food source.
Rue has set a fire in the forest to draw the tributes away from camp.
As Katniss watches the camp, she sees the fox faced girl sneak carefully into the camp to steal supplies.
Katniss realizes the supplies are booby trapped with explosives.
Using her arrows, she shoots down a bag of apples that triggers an explosion of the supply pile.
Chapter 17
The explosion knocks Katniss over and deafens her.
Unable to run away from the camp, Katniss crawls into the underbrush and hides.
She sees the Careers come back to the camp to survey the damage.
Cato is furious - all of their supplies are destroyed. (Katniss can see this from her hiding place, but she can't hear.)
She spends the night in the underbrush while the Careers go on a night hunt in the forest.
As day breaks, Katniss returns to the forest to meet up with Rue.
The hearing in her right ear has returned, but she cannot hear out of the left ear.
She goes to the rendezvous place to find Rue, but she isn't there. Katniss begins searching for her when she hears Rue calling to her.
Rue has been trapped in a net and a boy from District 1 has speared her.
We will read Chapter 18 together.
Make sure you have:
Katniss Character Notes
Text Dependent Questions
Reading Purpose: To identify and analyze dialogue (and interior monologue) and how it develops characterization and plot.
When you are finished, complete the text dependent questions and the Katniss Change & Growth Graphic Organizer.
Part 2: Film

SWBAT
view Part 2 of The Hunger Games film
in
order to
analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different artistic mediums
, including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment
by completing a graphic organizer.
RL9-10.1, RL9-10.3, RL9-10.7
April 4, 2016
Welcome Back!
There were a number of posters created to promote The Hunger Games but in the final days before the film’s launch, the final design appeared on billboards, on buses and in the media. It carries some important hints about the film and the centrality of Katniss, who is played by Jennifer Lawrence.
1. What messages do you feel this image contains about Katniss’ character? Look closely at the way she is photographed, and any effects or aspects of design that seem to have been added to the original image.

2. Through her role as a tribute, Katniss is meant to be a part of the propaganda mechanism for Panem, the great capital city, but through her actions – volunteering in her sister’s place, and the way she behaves during the games – she becomes a symbol of resistance. Does this poster suggest either of these identities for her?

3. Katniss is pointing her arrow at us. How does that serve the purposes of the poster as an element in the film’s marketing campaign?

4. Finally, the poster carries the caption: "The World Will Be Watching" – how is that both in keeping with the story and representative of the kind of language that might be used in promotional materials?

Movie Poster Discussion
■ The Hunger Games is a reminder of the work of specialists such as the costume designer and the hairdressing and make-up teams whose work often goes unnoticed in films with more contemporary and realistic settings.
As you watch the film, make particular note of the contribution that Judianna Makovsky (costume) and Linda Flowers (chief hairdresser) make to The Hunger Games.
In particular note how the costumes of the tributes in the Games themselves were distinguished (a departure from the novel) so that it was easier to spot them amid all the violent action and long shots in the arena itself.
■How does the editing of the hallucinations in the tracker jacker scene in the film allow it to create extra tensions, and perhaps misdirection for the audience as to the relationship between Katniss and Peeta?
Focus: Scenes
Unlike in the book, there are a number of scenes in the film in which Katniss is not present.

As you watch the film, keep a note of some of these and consider why the filmmakers felt it necessary to include them.

In particular, consider all the scenes in the gamemakers’ ‘studio’ and how they add to the suspense and audience anticipation ahead of events on the ground in the ‘arena.’

Focus: Absent Protagonist
As you watch, look out for any scenes that are shot from Katniss’ point-of-view.

Give examples of the different ways in which this effect is achieved, and the impact it has on the audience at particular moments.

For example, consider how the use of a hand-held camera, the use of sound, the use of slow motion or other effects and camera movement such as rapid pans (where the camera moves quickly from one point of focus to another) add to the sense that we are experiencing things as the character herself is.
Focus: Point of View
Today I will...
So I can...
I know I have it by...
Film Analysis Graphic Organizer
Exit Ticket
Choose your group roles!
1) What has happend to Rue (pg. 233)

2) List all the ways that Katniss shows compassion toward Rue as she dies and after she dies. (pg. 235-238)

3) How do the people/sponsors of District 11 react to Rue's death? (pg. 239)

4) Why is their action noteworthy, or remarkable? (pg. 239)

5) What news does Claudius bring? (pg. 244)
Group Work: Comprehension Discussion Questions
Independent Practice: Higher Level Analysis Question
6) Analyze the meadow song Katniss sings to Rue. She says it's often sung to crying babies. How does this song fit the moment? How does it relate to Rue?
Part 2: Growth & Change Chart
Complete the last two rows of the Katniss Change & Growth Chart
Her first kill
Rue's death

How does Katniss feel about each event?
How does the event affect Katniss?
How does she change as a person during/after the event? Give evidence from the novel.
After Reading:
Complete the Higher Level Analysis question on the back of your graphic organizer. This will be graded!
Part Two Summative Assessment
Constructed Response

Part 2: Growth & Change Chart
http://prezi.com/pez_qugdvokv/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.
9-10.1

Cite strong and thorough textual evidence
to support analysis of what
the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.
9-10.2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail
its
development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details.
Do Now: Character Status Updates
Make sure a "status update" has been completed for all of Part 2, Chapters 10-18.

Write in the character's voice, not yours!
Welcome BACK!
April 6, 2016
Be ready to share!

 Uses TAG in your topic sentence
 Uses TWO pieces of evidence per paragraph
 Includes clear explanation/ analysis of evidence
 Uses transitional words/phrases
 Uses MLA when citing evidence (quotation marks, author and page # in parenthesis after the quote)
 Maintains the 3rd person (DO NOT USE "I' OR 'YOU")

Checklist
SWBAT
demonstrate proper integration of quotes
in order to be able to
write an effective argument
by
completing a constructed response of Part 2 of the Hunger Games
.
Today's Objective:
Today I will...
So I can...
I know I have it by...
Constructed Response Format Review
* You may use your Part 2: Growth and Change Chart
Attach to the back of your constructed response and place in bin.
Exit Ticket:
Self Evaluate
Homework: Read Chapter 19 and complete text dependent questions
 Topic Sentence
 Restate question and respond
 Create strong and concise claim
 Remember to include TAG

 Evidence
 Provide (2) quotes
 Use proper MLA citation
 Integrate, blend, or embed quotes smoothly

 Explanation
 Provide strong analysis
 How does quote support claim?
 Be thorough and specific!
Do Now:
Analyze the movie poster by completing the Optic Graphic Organizer
Today's Objective
Place your vocabulary sheet for Part 2 in the bin
Chapter 20
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read Chapter 20 to
analyze how manipulation is used in the Hunger Games

in order to
understand how it expresses characterization and advances the plot
by
completing text dependent questions and a graphic organizer.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 20 - p. 262
You will read Chapter 20 in your groups.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 20 - Manipulation Organizer
Chapter 20 TDQs
Reading Purpose: Look for ways in which either Katniss, Peeta, or the Capitol uses the TV cameras to manipulate a situation. What do they do and what do they hope to gain?
April 8, 2016
Do Now:
Complete the crossword puzzle!
HOMEWORK IN THE BIN!
Please note ROOM MOVE on TUESDAY, APRIL 12th!
We will meet in the
FIRST FLOOR of LIBRARY
Chapter 19 - Recap
Katniss begins looking for Peeta along the river. She knows he is injured.
She finds him completely camouflaged in the mud and seriously hurt. She gets him cleaned up and tries to treat his wounds.
In spite of his fever, pain, and injuries, Peeta reminds Katniss that they are supposed to be in love and she should kiss him.
Katniss finds a cave that offers minimal hiding for them.
She finally kisses Peeta and is rewarded with a silver parachute with hot broth.
Katniss realizes that in order for them to continue to receive gifts (better than broth!), she must play long with the game of being in love with Peeta.
Vocabulary - Chapters 19 & 20
pariah (247) - an outcast; someone avoided
incapacitated (249) - unable to act or respond
scrupulously (249) - being cautious, careful, conscientious
ruse (250) - a trick or bluff
peruse (252) - to read thoroughly; survey or examine in detail
stalemate (275) - a standstill or standoff
Discuss in your groups:
Is lying always wrong?
Is it ever okay to lie to someone? Under what circumstances?
Manipulation: to control or influence (a person or situation) cleverly, unfairly, or unscrupulously
What are some examples of MANIPULATION that we have seen so far in the novel?

Write your group's responses on a communicator.
Homework
Chapter 20:
Complete Text Dependent Questions
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 20
* Please note:
The final cut-off date for MP3 is Monday, April 11th!

SAP Days: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Chapter 20 Text Dependent Questions
Directions: On a separate piece of lined paper, answer each question in complete sentences. Use text evidence to support the higher level analysis questions.

Comprehension Questions:
1. List the final 6 tributes by name and district #:
2. When Katniss checks Peeta’s wounds, she diagnoses him with what condition?
3. What story does Katniss share with Peeta?
4. What is Claudis Templesmith’s big announcement?
5. What does Haymitch send Katniss?
6. What purpose will this gift serve for Katniss and Peeta?
7. Why is Katniss willing to go to the feast to get medicine for Peeta?

Higher Level Analysis:
Katniss wonders if her family will stay at home to watch the feast or go to the town square, where it will be broadcast and certainly school will be cancelled so people can view it live. Where do you think her mother and sister will watch it? What does it say about their society that it is not only mandatory viewing, but worthy of cancelling school for? What sort of events do we cancel school for or have a holiday break? Does this reflect our community’s priorities? Who or Why not?

Exit Ticket:
"Even as he fades away, I can see in his eyes what I've done is unforgivable."

Katniss Everdeen, p. 277
How has Katniss manipulated Peeta? What does she hope to gain? Do you think Peeta will forgive her for what she's done?
Creative Project: Original Song Lyrics
April 11, 2016
Do Now: Complete the "Meadow Song" analysis.

Read the song lyrics and answer the questions that follow.
HOMEWORK IN THE BIN!
Objective:

To write original song lyrics inspired by, and based on, characters, themes, and events in the novel.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
RL.9-10.1 - Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
RL.9-10.2 - Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text.
W.9-10.4 - Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Requirements:

Song lyrics must be ORIGINAL - You may use familiar lyrics as inspiration, but your lyrics must be your own!
Original song lyrics must highlight characters, themes, and/or events from the novel - must be accurate!
Include a TITLE
Write one paragraph explaining how their song lyrics highlight the topic chosen.
DUE AT THE END OF THE CLASS PERIOD!
Take out your Katniss Character Chart and complete!
Chapter 21
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read and analyze Chapter 21 in The Hunger Games
in
order to
analyze the development of survival as a theme
by
completing a graphic organizer and higher level analysis questions with examples from the text
.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 21 - p. 278
You will read Chapter 21 in your groups.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 21 - Graphic Organizer
Chapter 21 TDQs
Reading Purpose: theme of survival
What is the importance of alliances to survival?
April 13, 2016
Do Now:
Quote Analysis:
HOMEWORK IN THE BIN!
Chapter 20 - Recap
Katniss goes hunting for food.
Peeta's condition worsens.
Katniss tells Peeta about how she acquired Prim's goat, Lady.
Peeta tells her he owes his life to her for saving his, thinking he has cost her the games and he intends on paying her back.
Claudius announces a feast with something each tribute needs.
Katniss knows there will be medicine for Peeta.
Peeta refuses to let her go and risk her life for him.
Haymitch sends some sleeping syrup so Katniss can drug Peeta and slip away as he sleeps to get the real medicine he needs.
Katniss mixes it with berries and Peeta basically passes out.
Vocabulary - Chapter 21
arduous (278) - hard to endure, labor intensive
emanating (281) - to issue, proceed, to flow out
ominous (282) - threatening, evil-looking
poised (283) - composed, dignified
sadistic (287) - extreme cruelty, enjoyment of being cruel
futile (289) - ineffective, useless
dappled (289) - having spots of different shade, tone, or color
Discuss in your groups:
• How can using individual strengths and/ or intelligence help someone survive?
• What is the importance of alliances to survival?

Alliance: a union between people, groups, countries, etc. A relationship in which people agree to work together.
What are some examples of ALLIANCES that we have seen so far in the novel?

Write your group's responses on a communicator.
Exit Ticket
Quote Analysis:
Take out your Katniss Character Chart and complete!
Explain the significance of the quote as it relates to survival.
"Even as he fades away I can see in his eyes what I've done is unforgivable" (277).
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: Chapter 21
Exploration of Theme: Survival
Essential Questions:

• How can using individual strengths and/ or intelligence help someone survive?

• What is the importance of alliances to survival?
Chapter 21 Text Dependent Questions
Comprehension Questions:

1. As Katniss waits for the “feast” to begin, she hides
2. Who is the first to retrieve their pack?
3. Where was Clove starting to cut Katniss before she was interrupted?
4. Who saved Katniss’ life?
5. Why did that person save Katniss?
6. Which tribute dies at the “feast”?

Higher Level Analysis:

7. Discuss the issue of “paybacks.” Describe examples of characters who feel as though they owed another character something.
8. Why do you think some characters (like Katniss and Thresh) feel as though they “owe” someone for kindness, and others (like Peeta) never expect “payment” for their kindness shown?

" I promised Cato that if he let me have you, I'd give the audience a good show" (285).
Explain the significance of the quote as it relates to alliances and survival.

Connect this quote to another theme.
Homework
Katniss Character Chart
Graphic Organizer
TDQs
All activities for Chapter 21 should be finished for homework if unable to complete during class.
Chapter 22 and 23
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read Chapter 22 to
analyze how manipulation is used in the Hunger Games

in order to
understand how it expresses characterization and advances the plot
by
completing text dependent questions and a graphic organizer.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 22 - p. 290
You will read Chapter 22 independently.
You should have:
Chapter 22 - Theme Organizer
Post it notes for annotating
Katniss Character Chart

Reading Purpose:
Is the relationship between Peeta and Katniss real or made up for the TV cameras? Find evidence in the text to support your answer.
April 26, 2016
Do Now:
Complete the Hunger Games Puzzle
HOMEWORK IN THE BIN!
Chapter 21 - Recap
Vocabulary - Chapters 22 & 23
plaintively (294) - expressing sorrow or sadness; mournful

repellant (306)- repulsive; forcing or driving back
peevishly (308) - a bad mood; showing annoyance
extricating (312) - to free or release from entanglement; to liberate
emaciated (318) - gradual wasting away of the skin; abnormally thin
Discuss in your groups:
What is real and what is manipulation in reality TV?
How can people change perceptions in order to win?
Manipulation: to control or influence (a person or situation) cleverly, unfairly, or unscrupulously
Is the relationship between Peeta and Katniss real or made up for the TV cameras?
Find evidence in the text to support your answer.

Write your group's responses on a communicator.
Homework
Read Chapter 23:
Complete Chapter 23 Graphic Organizer
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 22 & 23
Chapter 23 Graphic Organizer
Take out your Katniss Character Chart and complete!
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: Chapter 22
Exploration of Theme: Manipulation and Violence in Reality TV

Exit Ticket
Katniss goes to the Cornucopia for the feast.
Foxface beats them all to her pack & runs off.
Katniss realizes that Foxface may be the real opponent in the Games.
Katniss runs toward the table & Clove throws a knife; Katniss shoots an arrow at her & hits her in the arm.
Katniss is hit with a second knife in the forehead & Clove attacks her.
Thresh yanks Clove off of Katniss and kills Clove for killing Rue.
Thresh spares Katniss' life to thank her for being with Rue.
Katniss runs to the cave, injects Peeta with the medicine, & passes out.
(Green & silver moth: luna moth? Symbolism for transformation)
Chapters 24 and 25
Chapter 22 and 23 Recap
Chapter 22:
Peeta feels better & bandaged Katniss' wounds.
Katniss tells Peeta what happened with Thresh.
Katniss feels such pain & hatred knowing these good people such as Rue and Thresh have to die (297).
Peeta tellls Katniss NOT to risk her life for him & she begins to have feelings for him- true feelings.
They kiss & Katniss feels stirring inside her chest (300).
Peeta tells how he first fell in love with her (& his father's love for her mother) on their first day of school when she sang.
Katniss tries to figure out if Peeta is for real or just playing the game & they get a gift of lamb stew.

Chapter 23:
They eat the feast & snuggle; find out Thresh has died.
Katniss finds out Peeta's family only eats the stale bread & goods from the bakery.
Learn that Katniss never wants to marry because her child would be brought up in a hopeless environment- having to endure Hunger Games year after year.
Rain stops & they go out to hunt,but Peeta is too loud. They split & Katniss panics & thinks Peeta is dead (sign of her love/ care for him) & they realize Foxface was following them & stole their food.
Peeta accidentally kills Foxface with the nightlock berries.

Chapter 24 and 25
dissonant (329) - disagreeing; out of harmony
intersperse (329)- to scatter here & there at intervals
wielding (329)- to exercise power; to dominate

attributes (331)- a quality belonging to a person, thing, or group
asphyxiation (336)- suffocation
revoked(342)to take back or withdraw
April 26, 2016
Do Now:
Capitol Muttations Activity:
Homework in the bin
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Participate in independent and group readings of Chapters 24 and 25 in The Hunger Games
in order to
analyze the development of themes through plot events and the Capitol Muttations

by
completing a muttation activity, text dependent questions, and graphic organizer
.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 24 - p. 320
You will read Chapter 24 independently.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 24 TDQs
Reading Purpose:
Which are the key events of the chapter? Which themes are developed through these key events? (Be specific)
Chapter 24 Text Dependent Questions
When you have finished reading, complete the Text Dependent Questions for Chapter 24 and submit. Also Katniss Character Chart.
Chapter 25 - p. 331
You will read Chapter 25 in your groups.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 25 - Graphic Organizer
Chapter 25 TDQs
Reading Purpose: How does the Capitol’s use of muttations relate to the themes of the novel?

Chapter 25 Muttations Graphic Organizer
Homework:
Complete Chapter 25 TDQs
Exit Ticket:

Self and Peer Assessment
Comprehension Questions:

1. Why does Katniss kiss Peeta’s forehead as he drops off to sleep? (page _______ ).
2. Why does Katniss believe that the end of the Games is near? (page _______ ).
3. How does the Capitol force the remaining players together? (page _______ ).
4. Why doesn’t Cato attack Katniss and Peeta? (page _______ ).

Higher Level Analysis:

5. Which theme is developed through key events in this chapter? (Be specific)
Katniss Character Chart should be completed!
Complete Katniss Character Chart for Chapter 25!
Which human features do the jabberjays possess?
How does the Capitol use them as a weapon?
Chapter 26
May 2, 2016
Do Now:
Work in groups to complete the Tribute Organizer.
Homework in the bin!
Make sure you have your book, binder, and something to write with.
Objectives:

SWBAT:
Read Chapter 26 to
identify, interpret, and analyze themes portrayed in the novel

in order to
understand how it expresses characterization and develops the plot
by
completing text dependent questions and a graphic organizer.
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Chapters 26 Vocabulary

Complete Theme Organizer
Katniss Character Chart --> Chap. 26
Chapter 26 - p. 346
You will read Chapter 26 with your group.
You should have:
Katniss Character Chart
Chapter 26 Theme Graphic Organizer
Chapter 26 - Higher Level Analysis Questions
When you have finished reading, complete the Analysis Questions for Chapter 26 and submit. Also Katniss Character Chart.
Reading Purpose: Which theme is most important in this chapter? (Dystopian Societies, Survival, or Violence in Reality TV) Why?
Chapter 26: Theme Connections
Chapters 24 and 25 Recap
Exit Ticket:
Self and Peer Assessment
Chapter 26 Text Dependent Questions
Homework:
Fill in the Tribute Organizer as you view this clip
Please note: First cut-off date for MP4: April 28th
immobile- (346) incapable of moving or being moved

feral- (348) reverting to a natural or wild state of being ( like a wild animal)

cadences- (350) rhythmic movement or flow

garish- (354) crude or tastelessly colorful; showy; elaborate

contrived- (355) obviously planned

arbitrary- (355) determined by chance or impulsive

benign- (355) gracious; showing kindness or gentleness
Chapter 24:
3 tributes left: Katniss, Peeta, and Cato
Katniss and Peeta start a fire to lure Cato to them; they go back to the cave (Peeta wants to).
Katniss shows affection for Peeta out of her own desire, not for the audience
Gamemakers drain the stream while they slept to force them to the lake.
Cato runs towards them and Katniss shoots, but it bounces off him. They realize he is running away from something that is chasing him.
Chapter 25:
Muttation: wolf tribute is chasing Cato
Katniss must decide to kill Cato on the Cornucopia or save Peeta from the wolves- She chooses Peeta.
Cato is choking Peeta. Katniss shoots Cato's hand, forcing him to release Peeta. Cato falls backwards into the hole of the Cornucopia.
The wolves slowly devour Cato until Katniss finishes him off with her last arrow.
They think they have won, but nothing happens. The Gamemakers have changed the rules again- Only one winner!
Katniss draws her arrow on Peeta when she mistakenly thinks he was pulling his knife out to fight her.
Ashamed, Katniss devises a plan to eat the nightlock berries when the Gamemakers declare them both winners!

Comprehension Questions:

1. What happens to Katniss and Peeta after they are announced the winners?
2. Who is the first person Katniss calls out for when she recovers?
3. Why doesn’t Katniss get to see Peeta?
4. Describe the dress that Cinna designs for Katniss’ exit interview.
5. How does it make Katniss look (what is the effect and how is she portrayed)?
6. What is Haymitch’s warning to Katniss?

Higher Level Analysis:

7. When the victors greet their mentor, escort, and stylist, why do they wear the same outfit they wore when they entered the arena? How might this be perceived by the Capitol audience?
8. Will Katniss ever really be safe in Panem? Why or why not?
Jabberjays in "Catching Fire"

Identify each quote

Connect each quote to a specific theme

Provide a thorough explanation as to HOW it relates to the particular theme


Hint:
More than one theme may apply

Chapter 27
Do Now:
Objectives:
SWBAT: Read Chapter 27 in order to
evaluate whether Katniss and Peeta or the Capitol were the real winners of the Games
in order to
understand and analyze major themes in the novel
by
completing text dependent questions and a graphic organizer.
RL.9-10.1 -
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis
of what the text says explicitly as well as
inferences drawn from the text
.
RL.9-10.2 -
Determine a theme
or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text,
including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details
RL.9-10.3 -
Analyze how complex characters
(e.g., those
with multiple or conflicting motivations
)
develop
over the course of a text,
interact with other characters
, and
advance the plot or develop the theme
.
RL.9-10.4 -
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text
, including figurative and connotative meanings
Today I will...
So that I can...
I'll know I have it by...
Chapter 27 Vocabulary
rapport p. 367- a connection or relation; fellowship







palpable p. 373- obvious; tangible; capable of being touched or felt
Chapter 26 Recap
The hovercraft appears and takes them away from the arena.
Peeta has lost a lot of blood and falls unconscious into the hovercraft.
A team of doctors quickly begins to work on him.
Katniss panics and tries to get to him, but a glass door separates them.
Katniss is then drugged and awakens later in a hospital bed.
She alternates between sleep and consciousness for several days before she is well enough to get out of bed.
All her scars have been removed, and she is ready to be presented to the public as victor.
She wants to see Peeta, but the Gamemakers want their reunion to be on live tv.
Cinna dresses Katniss in a dress that makes her look like a young girl. Katniss suspects there is a reason for that.
As she waits to be presented to the audience, Haymitch tells her that the Capitol is angry with Katniss and Peeta for showing them up in the arena.
He tells her the only excuse she and Peeta can have for their actions is that they are madly in love.
Katniss struggles with her feelings towards Peeta and wonders about his feelings toward her. Were they real or were they just due to the circumstances they were forced into?
As Katniss prepares to enter the ceremony, she realizes that the most dangerous part of the Hunger Games is about to begin.
Chapter 27 pg. 360
Reading Purpose: As you read, find examples of who the winner of the Hunger Games really is and why the ending is so ambiguous.
We will read Chapter 27 in our groups.
After reading, complete the text dependent questions and the graphic organizer.
Chapter 27 Text Dependent Questions
Comprehension Questions
1. How had Cinna helped Katniss with his wardrobe choice for her?
2. How did the Capitol filmmakers edit Rue’s death?
3. Why did the filmmakers edit that part or parts?
4. As part of their victors’ duties, what will Peeta and Katniss have to do in a few months?


Analysis Questions
Ambiguity or fallacy of ambiguity is a word, phrase, or statement which contains more than one meaning.

Ambiguous words or statements lead to vagueness and confusion, and shape the basis for instances of unintentional humor.

Look at these funny signs and be prepared to discuss how these examples represent ambiguity.
Ambiguity
In what way is this meant to be interpreted?
How else could it be interpreted?
In what way is this meant to be interpreted?
How else could it be interpreted?
Chapter 27 Graphic Organizer
Full Latin Phrase for
Panem
:
panem et circenses

Literal Translation:
''
bread and circuses
''

The phrase itself is used to describe entertainment used to distract public attention from more important matters. Furthermore, by the government providing ample food and entertainment, the citizens would give up their political rights.
Now that you know its origin and meaning,
explain why you think author Suzanne Collins chose the name Panem for the country in which Katniss lives
. Consider the people of the Capitol, President Snow, and the district citizens.
5. What is Katniss’s and Peeta’s relationship like at the end of the novel? How will Gale react? How will their lives change?
Who is the real winner of the Hunger Games?
How is the ending ambiguous?
On the back of your exit slip, answer the following:
(Consider today's objective and standards)
* Katniss Character Chart will be completed today and handed in*
May 4, 2016
Homework
Please complete Chapter 2
Full transcript