The Hunger Games Common Core Standards Based Guide Now Available!

One of our most-anticipated, highly requested Literature Guides is now available! Our Common Core and NCTE/IRA Standards-Based Literature Guides for The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins has now been released! (*Currently only available in PDF/E-Guide download.  Print version coming soon!) Over 300 pages of materials, designed for grades 7-9 including:

  • 19 specific Pre-Reading Ideas and Activity Prompts
  • Author Biography on Suzanne Collins with corresponding questions
  • Article on the Myth of Theseus with corresponding questions
  • Historical Context article on Propaganda
  • Historical Context article on Roman Influences
  • Allusions, Terminology, and Sayings from the novel (defined and explained)
  • Vocabulary lists with and without definitions
  • List of Characters with explanations
  • Note-Taking and Summarizing pages
  • Comprehension Check/Study Guide Questions for each Chapter
  • Standards Focus/Literary Analysis activities on Characters, In Medias Res, Building a Fictional World, Character Analysis, Literary Archetypes, Point of View, Conflict, Character Map, Map of the Setting, Inner Thoughts, Foreshadowing, and more
  • Assessment Preparation activities on Verb Tenses and Moods, Coordinate and Cumulative Adjectives, Etymology, Author’s Purpose, Writing with Purpose/Concise Word Choice, Reflective Writing, Word Choice, Audience, Writing Powerful Sentences, Showing Not Telling, and more
  • Three Different “Hands-On/Active” Activities
  • Reading and Vocabulary Quizzes
  • Final Tests
  • Teacher Guide with Sample Agenda
  • Summary of the Novel
  • Rubrics for Projects
  • Post-Reading Ideas and Alternative Assessment Ideas
  • and more!

To view sample pages and/or purchase now CLICK HERE!

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