The Most Dangerous Game
Students make inferences based on quotes pulled from the short story. They recreate the plot based on a guided outline activity
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"The Most Dangerous Game" Study Guide
After reading Richard Connell's best known work, "The Most Dangerous Game," have your class complete the 12 study questions included here. Readers answer plot related questions, compare and contrast characters, and analyze story elements.
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Challenge young learners to read between the lines with an activity that focuses on making inferences and using context clues. As class members read short passages that provide several context clues to the meaning of a word in bold, they...
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"The Most Dangerous Game" Vocabulary
Is your class reading "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell? Consider presenting this vocabulary-based worksheet to your class before starting the reading. There are 12 vocabulary words introduced here: tangible, disarming,...
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