Literature: "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins
These sites are about the book “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins. Engage your students with activities, discussions, and book trailers based on the book. Included are eThemes resources on Literature: Survival and Utopias.
"The Hunger Games" Trilogy Discussion Guide
Here is a complete discussion guide for the books "The Hunger Games", "Catching Fire", and "Mockingjay". NOTE: This site contains ads.
Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" Trilogy
See this author information, video clips, games, and downloadable items such as posters and bookmarks. NOTE: This site contains ads.
"The Hunger Games" Book Trailer
This book trailer won first place in the Teton County book trailer competition. NOTE: This site contains ads.
ReadWriteThink: Dystopian Literature Podcasts Lesson
Hear these podcasts from Young Adult literature involving consequences of war, food shortages, and repressive governments.
Dark Materials: Reflecting on Dystopian Themes in Young Adult Literature
This link provides a lesson on dystopian themes in Young Adult Literature with six activities to engage students.
ReadWriteThink: Dystopian Characteristics Lesson
This site provides a minilesson to acquaint students with dystopian characteristics using a Macintosh commercial.
eThemes Resource: Literature Themes: Survival
These sites are about survival during natural disasters and in other dangerous situations. Find out which books for teenagers deal with a survival theme. There are links to eTheme resources on other survival literature and natural disasters.
eThemes Resource: Utopias
These resources are about Utopias, dystopias, and planned communities. Read about several historical intentional communities and the dystopian tradition in literature and film. Find out what these communities had in common, how they differed, and why some of them have failed and others continue to exist. Compare existing or historical experimental communities to fictional Utopias. Includes eThemes resources on “The Giver” by Lois Lowry, “Animal Farm” by George Orwell, and forms of government.