Everything you need to understand or teach The Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn.
As the story opens, Kayla is in a meeting with her guidance counselor who has just informed her that she will not be receiving a scholarship to an art school as she'd hoped. Kayla is upset with the news but the disappointment is overshadowed by the fact that her family situation has become unstable ever since her parents accepted the bar code tattoos. Kayla encounters a group of students who are discussing their resistance to the bar code and becomes interested in their ideas. Over the coming weeks, she spends more time with the students and comes to have an active part in their group. The group makes plans to meet in the Adirondack Mountains if they are forced to leave their homes.
Kayla arrives home one afternoon to find an ambulance at her house. Her father has committed suicide and Kayla thinks back to the depression that...
The Bar Code Tattoo Lesson Plans contain 135 pages of teaching material, including: