If you need Anthem questions and answers for your classroom, TeachNovels has you covered. This page pertains to comprehension questions by chapter and reading quizzes. Open-ended discussion questions and test questions are also available: ANTHEM Discussion Questions (Ayn Rand) ANTHEM… Read More »ANTHEM Questions and Answers (PDF)
These Anthem project ideas extend learning and give students a variety of ways to demonstrate their skills, knowledge, and creativity. Customizable file formats available for download. Anthem Projects Overview: Anthem II: The World Council Strikes Back A Speech to Free the… Read More »Top 12 ANTHEM Project Ideas (Ayn Rand)
Prime your class for engagement and achievement with Anthem pre-reading activities. Even advanced students benefit from an insightful preview when starting an unfamiliar text. Select the introduction lessons / worksheets that best align to your instructional goals. Anthem Pre-reading Activities Overview:… Read More »ANTHEM Pre-reading Activities / Introduction Lessons
One set per chapter. Each has several discussion questions and 1-2 excerpts for analysis. This resource was written with collaborative groups in mind, but it could serve other functions (e.g., individual reading support). If you are looking for final discussion… Read More »ANTHEM Discussion Questions (Ayn Rand)
Anthem Test (final unit exam) with 55 questions for Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking novella. Includes comprehension questions, literary knowledge questions, and short response prompts. Print as-is or customize using the Anthem Test Maker resource. Anthem Unit Test options: Use the sample unit… Read More »ANTHEM Test (final unit exam) 55 Questions PDF
This Anthem Anticipation Guide gets students thinking about key theme subjects before they start reading the text. There are are 10 statements for consideration / reflection. Keep scrolling for more pre-reading questions and activities to use with Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking… Read More »ANTHEM Anticipation Guide (PDF) Ayn Rand
Controversial literature is always a challenge. Should we avoid using a text in the classroom because we feel that the inclusion serves to endorse its messages? In this case, we are asking, “Should I teach Anthem by Ayn Rand?” What should… Read More »Should I teach ANTHEM by Ayn Rand?