Dystopian Elements in Our World (Day 2 of 3) + Book Club Three Preparations

Unit 14: Literary: Dystopian Fiction Literature Circles
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: SWBAT analyze the representation of a subject in two different artistic mediums taking note of what is emphasized or absent in each by comparing a modern dystopian film to their choice novels. SWBAT draw evidence from literary text to support analysis and reflection by completing individual tasks to prepare for group discussions.

Big Idea: A little bit of work time + a little bit of viewing/analysis = fantastic immersion in dystopian subject matter

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