Save over 25% by purchasing all of these products on "Burning Bright" together! Included in this bundle product are: 1. Narrative Writing Prompts that are PARCC aligned for Part 3: "Burning Bright." 2. "The Tyger" Allusion in "Burning Bright". 3. Biblical Allusions in "Burning Bright." 4. The Significance of the Phoenix.
Allusions in "The Sieve & the Sand" of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Fahrenheit 451 is full of literary, historical and biblical allusions. Understanding the purpose of these allusions in the novel will dramatically increase your students understanding of Bradbury's ultimate theme. This product includes a packet which asks your students to analyze 12 allusions in Part II of Fahrenheit 451, "The Sieve & the Sand."
The Crucible Unit Plan Bundle -- Worksheets, PowerPoint, Handouts
Everything you need to teach Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible is here in this bundle. With more than 100+ pages, you'll get: A 34-slide Introductory PowerPoint Lots of pre-reading activities, including my creative tombstone project Vocabulary guide Quotation study guide Biblical allusions activity Primary source activities looking at transcripts from the actual trials McCarthyism political cartoon activity relating to the play Essay and writing assignments with rubrics Task cards for each a...
Omega Product: 3 Differentiated Graphic Organizers and a Teacher Answer Key This package contains 3 teacher generated graphic organizer that visually represents the biblical allusions in Act II of The Crucible. It helps students focus on the biblical allusions in the text, their meanings, and the significance and how they deepen our understanding of the text.
Biblical Allusions in "Burning Bright" of Fahrenheit 451
Bradbury ends his novel with two specific biblical allusions. One to the book of Ecclesiastes, the book Montag ultimately becomes and also to Revelation 22. This product includes the full text of both of the biblical passages for the students to interpret, as well as guided questions to help them discover the significance and symbolism of these particular allusions by Bradbury in "Burning Bright."