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Hunger Games games

Hunger Games MI10


Meyer Island 10 4th quarter groups

The Saint's Bones (MI10)

City of Ember (MI10)

Incredible Journey (MI10)

Chasing Vermeer (MI10)

Where the Red Fern Grows (MI10)


Hatchet (MI10)

Island of the Blue Dolphins (MI10)

Sign of the Beaver (MI10)

The Cay (MI10)

Tuck Everlasting (MI10)


Animal Farm projects page


Meyer Island 9 - Lit Circles groups

The Saint's Bones (MI9 - group 1)

City of Ember (MI9)

Where the Red Fern Grows (MI9 - group 2)

Hatchet (MI9)

Chasing Vermeer (MI9)


A Year Down Yonder (MI9)

Lord of the Flies (MI9)

Sasquatch (MI9)

Tale of Despereaux (MI9) Where the Red Fern Grows (MI9 The Cay (MI9)

Tuck Everlasting (MI9)

Sign of the Beaver (MI9)

Island of the Blue Dolphins (MI9)



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Meyer Island 8 - Lit Circles groups

The Cay (MI8)
Tuck Everlasting (MI8)
Island of the Blue Dolphins (MI8)
Sign of the Beaver (MI8)
Hatchet (MI8)

The Saint's Bones (MI8)
City of Ember (MI8)
Where The Red Fern Grows (MI8)
Chasing Vermeer (MI8)
Mr. Monday (MI8)

Saint's Bones (2nd time) (MI8)
Drift House (MI8)
Children of the Lamp (MI8)
Inkheart (MI8)
Kingdom Keepers (MI8)
Incredible Journey (MI8)
A Year Down Yonder (MI8)

The Cay
Tuck Everlasting
Island of The Blue Dolphins
Sign of the Beaver
Chasing Vermeer

Literature Circles connection with Schaumberg students.
The Saint's Bones
Mister Monday: Book one: Keys to the kingdom
A Dog's Life
The City of Ember
Dump Days

Call of the Wild (MI9)

link to "What is a theme?" information page
Themes List
Abandonment
Alienation
Ambition
American Dream, The
Birth/Childhood
Coming of Age
Commodification/Commercialism/Commerce
Community
Cruelty
Death
Education
Ethics
Family
Fate
Freedom
Futility
Gender
Grief
Guilt
Heroism
Hope
Identity
Illness
Individual and Society
Innocence and Experience
Isolation
Justice
Love
Memory
Nationalism
Nature
Oppression
Parenthood
Pride
Race
Regret
Rejection
Religion
Responsibility
Science and Technology

Social Class
Spirituality
Stages of Life
Success
Suffering
Survival
Tradition
Violence
Work

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