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Brave New World Pre-Reading Issues Inventory & Vocabulary

Brave New World Pre-Reading Issues Inventory & Vocabulary

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Brave New World Issues Inventory

  • Birth control should be practiced by all sexually active adults. Agree or Disagree
  • It is the responsibility of the females only to take birth control. Agree or Disagree
  • Birth control should be regulated by the government. Agree or Disagree
  • Sex education should be taught in schools. Agree or Disagree
  • There is too much emphasis placed on sports in this country. Agree or Disagree
  • Only a handful of people in the world make the most important decisions regarding laws, freedoms, and policy. Agree or Disagree
  • A majority of people in the world have absolutely no power to make important decisions regarding laws, freedoms, and policy.
  • It is possible to climb the socio-economic ladder in America. Agree or Disagree
  • The mass media programs us to feels fear and bias toward others. Agree or Disagree
  • America is a utopia of freedom and democracy. Agree or Disagree
  • Humans should not be cloned. Agree or Disagree
  • Human organs should not be cloned for implantation. Agree or Disagree
  • Test tube baby conception is morally wrong. Agree or Disagree
  • The mass media promotes sex. Agree or Disagree

Brave New World Vocabulary

  • Science Fiction –
  • Utopia –
  • Dystopia –
  • Satire –
  • Totalitarianism –
  • Genetic Engineering –
  • Caste System –
  • Cloning –
  • Mass Production –
  • Pavlovian Conditioning –

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Pre-reading guide over the scientific issues in the novel and vocabulary

Tags: Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, Exercises & Activities, Grade 12, Language Arts, Teachers, Vocabulary

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