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Compare and Contrast in "The Hunger Games"

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  • 1. Lets Compare and Contrast The Capitol vs. District 12 To infer/deduce:to make an educated guess based on what you know about a situation. Read the following passage.
  • 2. “They do surgery in the Capitol, to make people appear younger and thinner. In District 12, looking old is something of an achievementsince so many people die early. You see an elderly person, you want to congratulate them on their longevity, ask the secret of survival. A plump person is envied because they aren’t scraping by like the majority of us. But here it is different. Wrinkles aren’t desirable. A round belly isn’t a sign of success.” Katniss, “The Hunger Games” pg 125
  • 3.  Based on the previous passage, what can you infer about the differences between The Capitol and District 12? Mark the correct answer on your worksheet.
  • 4. Capitol/District 12 Next, please determine which of the following characteristics belong to which place, the Capitol or District 12, and write them in the correct place on your worksheet.
  • 5. -Colorful, glistening buffets so anything that clothes buildings goes over it  -Wardrobes at bounces back  -Bizarre hair -Many residents the touch of a up styles, heavily donʼtuse button made-up people silverware  -Travel on -Showers that foot, wagons, ve  -Mat that dries -Surgical can be ry few cars your body when alterations programmed you stand on it available (with hot/cold  -Food menu that water) allows you to  -No hot water -Oranges are a whisper what rarity, hot  -Hair- you want &  -Chain-link chocolate drying/styling receive your fence with unheard with one touch food in less than barbed wire of, sugar is a minute &electrified (that scarce  -Windows that sometimes zoom in on  -Food that pops works) and has -Wide-paved parts of the city up from tables holes in it streets  -Soft, plush  -Drab dingy  -High-speed -Glass elevators bedding buildings transportation that travel (trains, hovercra quickly  -High-tech force  -Dirt paths or ft) field cobbled roads -Bountiful all- surrounding top
  • 6. Panem/United States Now, based on what you’ve practiced, on your worksheet, compare and contrast the similarities and differences between what you know about the way they live Panem and the way we live in the United States.

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