In addition to iPads and MacBooks, every freshman who arrives at Seton Hill this fall will get a copy of The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins.
I taught this book last term in my American Lit class. Here are two of the best student projects on The Hunger Games.
The Hunger Games: 2 Sides of the Debate
Stephanie Pryor, The Hunger Games (\”Friday\” Parody)
Congrats to all the winners at the Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project! Bit-Sized Productions ...
An English professor tries to help ChatGPT write and revise a sonnet
ChatBot Helps Crack the Case of the Missing 45GB
The internet’s memory is fading in front of us. Preserve what you can.
Students must learn how to get things wrong. Only one subject does that. [English.]
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It certainly isn’t a university level piece of literature. Granted, the book does raise a few moral questions and one or two philosophical issues however for students at a university level, they should be reading something that requires a bit more intellect.
The Hunger Games is aimed at a young reader and I find it rather disappointing that university students are considered young readers.
Interesting videos. Thank you