11-13 yrs old
14-18 yrs old
18+ yrs old
Reading and Writing
Use Ship-Trap Island to enhance inference skills and critical thinking skills before reading The Most Dangerous Game, writtten by Richard Connell.
April 17, 2018
The Most Dangerous Game (complete text) https://archive.org/stream/TheMostDangerousGame_129/danger.txt
The full text of the short story.
Ship-Trap Island Walkthrough https://youtu.be/B7et6FVcV4M
A video walkthrough of the Ship-Trap Island Minecraft world.
The Minecraft: Education Edition world.
The short story The Most Dangerous Game, written by Richard Connell in 1924, is set in a world that is foreign to most students who read it. By exploring the setting before reading, students will become familiar with the setting through their own findings and adventure.
Students should be able to piece together a summary of The Most Dangerous Game based on their exploration of the island. Ship-Trap Island is also a great way to discuss how important setting is to a story. You may even want to discuss the difference between a one-sentence description of the setting versus exploring an immersive world.
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