Follow Katniss Everdeen's inspirational journey, from her humble beginnings in District 12 to her emergence as the Mockingjay, with the immersive interactive #HungerGamesExhibition... Coming to Discovery Times Square in New York City on July 1, 2015 - Get tickets now!
Tracee Orman's insight:
Free resources for teaching The Hunger Games - great for cross-curricular projects and lessons (especially for social studies and science teachers).
Anyone who works with young people has undoubtedly heard of The Hunger Games. Suzanne Collins’ blockbuster young adult trilogy is set in a futuristic dystopian state that has been subdivided into 12 districts. Once a year, each district must select two young people to participate in a televised fight to the death for the entertainment of those who live in the privileged capital city...
One of the most powerful ways an educator can assist students in learning is by creating student relevance. Previously, Ctrl+Alt+Teach has written about using The Hunger Games as a teaching tool via pop culture integration, which creates student relevance, one of the most powerful ways an educator can assist students learning. In this guest post by …
Synopsis - The worldwide phenomenon of The Hunger Games continues to set the world on fire with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, which finds Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) in District 13 after she literally shatters the games forever. Under the leadership of President Coin (Julianne Moore) and the advice of ...
This weekend, millions of preteens will flock to theaters to take in the Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire, just as millions of preteens flocked to each of the five Twilight movies. For the most part, however, these will not be the same people. Of the tens of millions who identify...
Next "Hunger Games" Sequel Tops List of Most Anticipated 2014 Films KMBZ Lionsgate(NEW YORK) -- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is still in theaters, but fans of the series are already looking ahead to the next installment.
Why was "The Hanging Tree" song remixed as a dance track? New blog post by HungerGamesLessons (Tracee Orman) with Classroom Connections & Activity.
Tracee Orman's insight:
How do you feel when you hear the "Rebel Remix" version of "The Hanging Tree" on the radio? Blog post points out the importance of the song throughout the book and classroom connections (discussion prompts & research activity) to use with your students.
These ornaments are so easy to make and very inexpensive. You can use any picture you want (I like to use ones related to the book we happen to be reading at the time). Great to give your students before the holiday break! Directions are on the blog post.
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