Aldous Huxley
Lesson plans for Brave New World

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Aldous Huxley
An extensive collection of links: writing by Huxley, writing about Huxley, links related to Brave New World, and more.

Amusing Ourselves to Death by Stuart McMillen
This page uses a graphic approach to compare and contrast Orwell's vision of the future with Aldous Huxley's. Scroll down to related links at the bottom.

Brad's Advanced Composition
This lesson covers the convention of commas in essential/nonessential elements. Click on the teacher sample to find writing about Brave New World.

Brave New World
Text of the novel.

Brave New World
A variety of reading strategies, including an anticipation guide, a graphic organizer, and Socratic seminar questions.

Brave New World
Questions for discussion and/or writing.

Brave New World
Follow the "Off the Map" link to view modern backyard utopias. Then ask students to create a utopia of their own.

Brave New World
Introduction and five activities.

Brave New World Final Paper
Three writing prompts.

Brave New World Reading Group Guide
Thirteen discussion questions. Follow the link to author biography.

Mustapha Mond's Department of Propaganda
In this WebQuest students produce public service announcements appropriate for everyone, Alphas through Deltas. Then they consider the parallels to their own lives.

Suggestions for Pairing Contemporary Music and Canonical Literature
A list of songs that were inspired by reading literature. Organized by the last name of the author (e.g. Chinua Achebe, William Butler Yeats), the list includes song title, performer, year of release, and more. The list includes 10 songs inspired by Brave New World.



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