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The Hunger Games Study Guide
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The Hunger Games Study Guide

Author: Rebecca Gilleland
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Enjoy reading The Hunger Games, one of the most popular works of modern YA dystopian fiction, as you work through Progeny Press' Christian literature study guide.

The Hunger Games is set in the country of Panem, created from the ruins of North America. When Katniss' little sister is chosen as tribute in a vicious competition, Katniss volunteers to take her place. Along with Peeta, another boy from District 12, Katniss enters the Hunger Games. Can she win when she must choose between her survival and her humanity? An intense look at self-sacrifice at all costs.

This Progeny Press guide includes features about:

  • The author
  • Vocabulary, critical thinking, & analysis
  • Literary Techniques: flashback, exposition, simile, metaphor, ethnocentrism, irony, perspective, cliff-hanger, comic relief, syntax, parallelism, repetition, paradox, foreshadow, synonym, in-context, pacing, juxtaposition, paraphrase, antonym, theme, structure, conflict, motif, point-of-view.
  • Character Values/Concepts: self-sacrifice, forgiveness, self-control, purity, do unto others, trust God, killing, fairness, injustice, hope, lying, self-honesty, vanity, Christ-figure, power.
  • Activities/Writing Assignments include timelines, mapwork, poetry, essays, discussion questions, and communication topics. Topics include: archery, gladiators, dystopias, killer bees, migrant labor, eulogy, minotaur, and WWI treaties.

  • A living reading list by the same author and other books like The Hunger Games

    PLEASE NOTE: the text of The Hunger Games is not included and must be purchased separately.

    The format is ideal for homeschoolers; the large 8.5x11 printed workbook format is convenient to read, easy on the eyes, and easy to transport from car to home. Plus, every question has plenty of whitespace for student's answers, which encourages neat and clean handwriting practice. A removable answer key is also included for the teacher.

    Grades: 8-12 (mature readers)

    Genre: Dystopia (Set in North America)

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