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Jenna McWilliams
Jenna McWilliams
(Bloomington - United States)

I studied creative writing and published some poems. Then I decided to  get all up in education's grill. I'm currently a doctoral student in the Learning Sciences program at Indiana  University.
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Resources for Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451

A Shmoop study guide for Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451. Includes overview and study questions.

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Fahrenheit 451 Final

Students will create a three scene tableaux that depicts Guy Montag's transformation over the course of the novel. Students will write a monologue that gives insight into why Montag came to “switch sides”.

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The Burning of Books - Fahrenheit 451 adapted into a short story

This short story turns the classic Ray Bradbury sci-fi novel into a one-page short story. Originally written in 1953, this story of the dangers of censorship and the loss of ideas involves firemen in a dystopian future in which books have been outlawed. In this future, firemen are in charge of burning all books, rather than putting fires out.

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