Fahrenheit 451 Teachers Guide (pdf) Under the heading Books & Lesson plans, scroll down to: Teacher Guide from Simon & Schuster
The Big Read Fahrenheit 451 (pdf) also can be down loaded from here
Steppenwolf Guide (pdf)
Essay Questions & Themes (also includes other items that may be of interest)
We also had a brief look at anti-heroes in Modern Times literature and in today's culture.
Spare, sit down and just read, hours seem to be in very short supply this year so I elected to listen through this book on audio (to check for possible content issues, and so I could discuss it with Jay... and in a few years time with Daisy when she reads it.)
I was able to download the audio for free through e.pukapuka (pertinent info, just for kiwis) - though I did notice that audible USA has the version read by Tim Robbins available too (I thought he read this book really well).
I know of a few other mums who appreciate knowing of potential content that may need discussion in books, ahead of time too, so tossing this comment in, again:
Fahrenheit 451 ~ Bradbury 1953
Dystopian. This makes for tame reading after pre-reading 1984, and, Brave new World. We purposely went with this book as opposed to other curriculum providers dystopian suggestion, Brave New World (depressing! s3x & drug based, suicidal and despair filled ending) .Fahrenheit 451 still contains content issues - which are implied, rather than exemplified- a woman tries to commit suicide, dysfunctional marriage, totalitarian state which murders people, protagonist uses a fire torch on his work colleagues - but! the story ends with hope! We both really appreciated the ending.