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English teacher for upper schools with a passion for literature. My resources eschew flashy, clip-art-infested layouts for clean, focused, and advanced worksheets and activities for students and teachers.

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English teacher for upper schools with a passion for literature. My resources eschew flashy, clip-art-infested layouts for clean, focused, and advanced worksheets and activities for students and teachers.
"The Wave" - Morton Rhue / Todd Strasser - Complete Teaching Worksheets & Activity Bundle
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"The Wave" - Morton Rhue / Todd Strasser - Complete Teaching Worksheets & Activity Bundle

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This bundle includes all my worksheets, handouts and other teaching materials to teach the iconic novel The Wave by Morton Rhue / Todd Strasser. The bundle includes: Pre-Reading Activity (thought-provoking, contextualised worksheet) Context Handout / Newspaper Article: Freedom of Speech & Political Correctness Reading Log & Chapter-by-Chapter Comprehension Questions (all chapters) The Stanley Milgram Experiment (PowerPoint) Context Worksheet: Analysing Propaganda, Manipulation and the Power of Language Context Worksheet: The Rise of Fascism & Nazism Context & Background Worksheet (Ron Jones Looks Back at his ‘3rd Wave’ Experiment) Close Reading Extracts Worksheet Final Assessment Essay Questions & Grading Rubric etc. The worksheets and handouts are also available SEPARATELY, of course, but you’ll save 70% on the individual price by purchasing this bundle! I will be teaching this unit very soon, and will most likely update the bundle soon!
"The Wave" - Morton Rhue / Todd Strasser - Stanley Milgram Experiment PowerPoint
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"The Wave" - Morton Rhue / Todd Strasser - Stanley Milgram Experiment PowerPoint

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This FREE PowerPoint presentation presents and focuses on introducing Stanley Milgram’s (in)famous experiment to test “the banality of evil” and adherence / obedience to authority figures. The PowerPoint clearly and succinctly presents the experiment in the context of the many unthinkable and atrocious war crimes committed by Nazis during and before World War II. The PowerPoint can be taught in the context of any novel or unit that looks at the issue, but I mostly use it in connection with “The Wave” by Morton Rhue / Todd Strasser.