Epic Songs Only Week
Timer- “Proud Mary” Ike and Tina (1970, 5:17)
Prompt- Turn to Page 66 of The Hunger Games- What do we learn about some of the other districts?
Copy the quote.
Fill in your District Tracker in your Packet!!
Share with your partner
- Partner shares partner
SLT- I can identify key elements of a dystopian society and evaluate an author’s purpose for creating one in fiction.
SLT- I can visualize and reread portions of difficult text.
SLT- I can use annotation strategies while reading a mysterious or difficult text.
Looking at our District Tracker- Agriculture. Fishing. Factories. Where are these industries?
What you should have so far-
- District tracker
- Chapter 1 Questions
- Chapter 2 Questions and Character Tracker.
- Chapter 3 Questions and Character Tracker
- Chapter 4 Summary
- Chapter 5 Questions
15 Minutes for Chapter 5 Questions
- How does Katniss describe the Capitol accent? In the “real world,” what do we think of people that talk like that?
- Why do newcomers like Cinna get assigned to District 12?
- Describe traditional District 12 costumes and how this year is different?
- Describe the interaction* between Peeta and Katniss.
- * what they talk about
- Chapter #6
- Page – 73
Chapter 6 Questions- Mostly a Flashback Chapter.
- How does Katniss feel about Effie’s description of the “barbarism of your district?”
- What is an Avox? What penalty is leveled on them?
- What does Haymitch think of Peea and Katniss hand holding?
- How did Katniss know the avox?
- Class Work-
- Answer Chapter V Questions
- Answer Chapter IV Questions
- Answer Chapter III Questions.
- Fill out Chapter III Character Tracker
- Answer Chapter II Questions in your notebook.
- Create Chapter I Character Chart in your notebook
- characters- Gale, Madge, Greasy Sae, Primrose, Katniss’s mom
- Chapter I Summary
- Chapter II Summary
- Chapter II Character Tracker-
- Effie Trinket, Peeta, Haymitch
Reading- Chapter III
- HW Reminder–
- Homework starts tonight. 30 Minutes of Reading, 2-3 Sentence Reaction/Summary, 1 Page of Independent Writing