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Brave New World Student Workbook (Digital copy included)


Brave New World Student Workbook contains everything a teacher needs to teach Huxley’s novel. Instead of the boring question and answer format, the Student Workbook prompts students’ ideas about characters, asks them to comment on significant quotes, and to notice some of the essential techniques used by the author such as symbolism, allusions, themes, etc. in each of the chapters. I have created this resource for my own classes, and students love the meaningful format.

In addition, a comprehensive answer key is also provided for the teacher. You now have all the flexibility needed for your lesson plans with all the work provided.

More specifically, the Student Workbook contains (23 activity pages):

❒ An introductory activity and an Anticipation Guide.

❒ Chapter 1 focuses on characters, setting, castes, and meaningful questions.

❒ Work page on Castes from the novel making connections with the castes in


❒ Chapters 2 & 3 focus on the novel’s historical illusions and important facts.

❒ A characterization chart.

❒ Chapters 3 & 4 focus on symbolism, religious allusion, characterization,

and important facts from the novel.

❒ Chapter 6 focuses on the novel’s conflicts, significant quotes, and important

❒ Review pages for chapters 1-6 with a focus on historical allusion, Huxley’s

warnings for the future, and the significance of setting and mood. (This is a

good quiz preparation)

❒ Chapter 7 focuses on important facts from the novel and characterization.

❒ Chapters 8 & 9 focus on characterization, Shakespearean allusions,

flashback techniques, important facts from the novel, and student inferencing.

❒ Chapters 10 & 11 focus on characterization, conflict, important facts from

the novel, and the different types of irony found in the novel.

❒ Chapters 12 & 13 focus on important facts from the novel, connections to

Shakespearean allusions and characterization.

❒ Chapters 14 & 15 focus on important facts from the novel, making

connections to significant quotes and allegorical (archetypal) characters in the


❒ Connections from Plato’s The Allegory of the Cave to Huxley’s characters and

situations. (With directions to a Ted Talk for further explanation)

❒ Making connections to a modern song for further analytic connections to both

the novel and Plato’s Allegory of the Cave.

❒ Themes and meaning activity to further the meaning of Huxley’s themes and

how they can relate to us today.

❒ Chapters 16 & 17 focus on the Pros and Cons of freedom, important

philosophical concepts from the novel, and allegorical messages in the novel.

❒ Chapter 18 focuses on important facts from the novel and their significance.

Students have the opportunity to infer their opinion of the ending with the

possibility of discussing the importance of mental health in society.

❒ Shakespearean allusions activity page with a focus on making connections with

John’s feelings.

❒ The Noble Savage activity page with an explanation of the concept. Students

are asked to consider the Noble Savage perspective to develop important

themes and messages in the novel.

❒ Predictions activity page where students are asked to infer Huxley’s possible

messages for our society today.

❒ Themes in Brave New World activity page where students are asked to develop

important themes from the novel.

This unit is now distance learning ready.

-Students may also complete the work using Google Slides.

This is a great accompaniment to any unit.

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Total Pages
46 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 months

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