Buried Alive! Discussion Guide

Buried Alive! Discussion Guide
Share the incredible story of how 33 Chilean miners survived living underground for months following the San José mine collapse on August 5, 2010. This literature guide to the non-fiction narrative Buried Alive! How 33 Miners Survived 69 Days Deep Under the Chilean Desert by Elaine Scott includes classroom discussion starters and teaching ideas for language arts, science, and math.

Grade Levels: 4 - 7

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