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Most Dangerous Game

Images / Clips for teaching The Most Dangerous Game.

Amy E. Counts

on 16 March 2015

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Transcript of Most Dangerous Game

The Most
dangerous game
Richard Connell
Simpson's Treehouse of Horror
Charles Muntz
designed by amy counts
for educational use only
begin clip here
What does it it take to survive?
Chilean Miners
Man vs. Wild
What are the similarities between this clip and the short story?
civilized vs. uncivilized
At what point do we cross that line?
For what reasons do we cross that line?
"Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody." - Mark Twain
Agree or disagree and defend.
Group Work
Select two of the literary devices above and identify 3 related quotations.
Human Nature
vs. Animal Nature
What is the author trying to say or prove?
civilized vs. uncivilized

Two men arrested for planting deadly booby traps on Utah walking trail
Answer and then find the proof. Locate three quotations and respond in writing.
10 Harrowing Survival Stories
Are you a survivor?
Examine the quotations you selected.
Highlight specific words where the connotation or denotation support the author's intent.
Word Choice Analysis
Written REsponse
Identify the author's purpose and provide evidence and analysis. Be sure to include your conclusions regarding word choice - connotation and denotation.
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