Brave New World Novel Study Literary Analysis Bundle includes 10 awesome Literary Analysis activities on Author's Purpose, Characterization, Sensory Language, Figurative Language, Tone and Mood, Irony, Point of View, Finding Supporting Quotations, Using Context Clues, Analyzing Style, and a Technology Research Project! Help students DIG DEEPER into the novel while practicing essential Common Core skills of literary analysis with these handy activities for each chapter! Answer Keys included. Includes both PRINTABLE and DIGITAL VERSIONS for Distance Learning and In-Person Classrooms!
- Chapters 1-3: 3-page activity on Author's Purpose, as students identify the possible reasons Huxley included particular references in the novel and what message Huxley may have wanted to reveal in the reading
- Chapters 4-6: 4-page activity on Characterization, having students complete a graphic organizer, digging deeper into the social castes, as well as finding examples of direct and indirect characterization, making inferences on the effect on the story.
- Chapters 4-6: 2-page activity on Sensory Language, having students explain the effect of sensory imagery on understanding and appreciation of the novel
- Chapters 7-9: 2-page activity on Tone and Mood, as students identify the tone of passages, explaining the effect on understanding and appreciation of the text
- Chapters 7-9: 2-page activity completing a graphic organizer identifying and explaining Figurative Language of the novel
- Chapters 10-12: 2-page activity on Irony, having students identify the type of irony in a passage, then explaining the effect
- Chapters 10-12: 3-page activity on Point of View as students determine the point of view of selected characters, and what it says about the character
- Chapters 13-15: 3-page activity on Context Clues, as students infer definition, provide the actual definition, and determine their accuracy of inference
- Chapters 13-15: 3-page activity on Finding Supporting Quotations, as students complete a graphic organizer finding specific quotes directly from the text, explaining the significance, and explaining the importance of the comparison to our society today
- Chapters 16-18: 3-page activity Analyzing the Style of the novel, having students analyze passages and explaining the style used, and the effect of the style
- Chapters 16-18: 1-page Research Project, having students research an aspect of technology that they are interested in
- Includes Answer Keys