Presentation on theme: "Bell Ringer The Hunger Games are designed to inspire, intimidate, reward, and punish all at the same time. Which of the above do you think the Games are."— Presentation transcript:
Bell Ringer The Hunger Games are designed to inspire, intimidate, reward, and punish all at the same time. Which of the above do you think the Games are most affective at doing? What do you think the most important personal quality a person would need to win the Hunger Games?
Capitol A technologically advanced, utopian city where the nation's most wealthy and powerful reside. The Hunger Games are organized and celebrated in it. President Snow (Dictator) Holds total political and economic dominance over Panem. Enforces rule through an army of Peacekeepers, capital punishment, propaganda, and the Hunger Games. Only major city mentioned Known for its fashion and food.
District 1 One of the wealthiest districts Its primary industry is manufacturing luxury items for the Capitol and as a result has a generally favorable relationship with it Careers Jobs – Perfumer – Furrier – Jeweler – Goldsmith – Winemaker – Hair Stylist
District 2 One of the wealthiest districts. It's where most Peacekeepers are trained and weapons are manufactured Originally specialized only in mining and stone cutting Careers Jobs – Stonemason – Concrete Finisher – Bricklayer – Brick mason – Plasterer – Blacksmith – Peacekeeper
District 3 Main industry is technology. They specialize in televisions and computers. Suggested to be one of the most rebellious districts Jobs – Technical support – Assembly operator – Engineer – Tester – Technician – Electronic installation
District 4 One of the Wealthiest districts Suggested to be one of the most rebellious districts Its industry is fishing, which is useful for tributes as they have experience with nets /tridents, making fishhooks, swimming, and identifying edible sea life Careers Jobs – Anything Fishing or Sea related
District 5 Main industry is power and electricity Jobs – Power plant security officer – Geologist – Equipment manager – System analyst – Maintenance
District 6 This district's principal industry is transportation Most victors from this district take this drug to forget what they experienced in their Games Jobs – Porter – Router – Mechanic – Conductor – Baggage Handler
District 7 One of the poorest Districts provides lumber for the Capitol Its people are known to be good with axes Jobs – Lumberjack – Load Puller – Lead Climber – Furniture Builder – Carpenter – Papermaker
District 8 One of the Poorest Districts Main industry is making textiles and clothing “urban place stinking of industrial fumes with no greenery, the people housed in run down tenements” Jobs – Factory worker – Weaver – Dress maker – Designer – Warehouse manager – Teacher
District 9 Responsible for grain Jobs – Cropper – Farmer – Plower – Sower – Harvester
District 10 One of the Poorer Districts Since they are in charge of livestock, it can be assumed that the majority of District 10 is farmland. Jobs – Butcher – Milker – Rancher – Barn Manager – Breeder – Farmer – Brander (cows)
District 11 One of the Poorer Districts Their industry is agriculture; orchards, wheat, and cotton surround the district. Almost everything they grow goes to the Capitol, despite their starvation; if caught eating any of the crops, they are to be whipped Jobs – Sorter – Irrigator – Farmhand – Harvester – Gardener
District 12 One of the Poorest Districts Located in the Appalachia and with a population of around 8,000 or more people, Main industry is coal mining Jobs – Coal miner – Geologist – Blaster – Surveyor – Metallurgist – Hob Merchant