Teaching with Fire: An Awesome New Resource for Using “The Hunger Games” as a Learning Tool

Teaching with Fire: An Awesome New Resource for Using “The Hunger Games” as a Learning Tool

December 3rd, 2013
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire–the latest installment in the blockbuster film trilogy that brings Suzanne Collins’ phenomenal series to the big screen–opened on November 22 to massive critical success and an astounding box-office take (almost $600 million internationally to date). A few weeks ago, we brought you “Teaching with Fire: TeacherTube Videos Inspired by The Hunger Games” to show you how our members were staying on the cutting edge of innovative education by using popular culture to create their own teaching materials.

Concluding their exciting month of Catching Fire-inspired teaching resources, the folks at Teach.com have just released “Sparking Their Interest: Engaging Students with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” an awesome lesson plan created in conjunction with Tracee Orman of Hunger Games Lessons to inspire teachers to harness the educational potential of the series.

Check out the guide below, and let us know how you use popular culture to engage your students!

Sparking Their Interest-Engaging Students With Catching Fire

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