Lessons for Literary Analysis

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  • Follow the Leader! - … prepare and lead class discussions that examine historical parallels and literary analysis of Animal Farm. Use teaching guides for novel available through … each person has a working knowledge of historical parallels and literary analysis from prior discussions before the assignment is made. 5. Adequately … . Assessments FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1. Ongoing class discussions of character development, literary analysis, and historical parallels. 2. Teacher observation at each stage of …
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  • The Search for Identity: Their Eyes Were Watching God - … work and group work. Keywords: Zora Neale Hurston, writing process, literary analysis, reader response, Their Eyes Were Watching God, African-American women … , listen, and speak for literary response and expression. 3. Students will read, write, listen, and speak for critical analysis and evaluation. NYC … cultures and literary periods. NJ: 3.4: All students will read various materials and texts with comprehension and critical analysis. 3.3 …
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  • Humanity's Quest for Utopia in Hist. & Liter. - … , setting, mood, and voice in more than one literary text *make connections between literary texts and personal experience or knowledge INITIATING ACTIVITY … including: comparison-contrast, fictional narrative, personal narrative-comparison, historical analysis, and literary analysis. All require demonstration of having achieved the identified standard through … presented utopian societies differently? Explain what accounts for so many literary creations of utopia. (SEE APPENDIX D FOR CULMINATING PERFORMANCE RUBRIC …
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  • Motor car and galimoto: An intercultural lesson in pragmatism, creativity, and perseverance - … story aloud. Have students complete a literary analysis by completing this story log: Story log of literary elements: Characters, plot, setting, theme Who … by story log of literary elements (characters, plot, setting, theme). Students should demonstrate ability to identify literary elements by completing story log … Williams. Assess by participation in discussion. Students should extend their literary analysis by participating in a discussion of the comprehension questions. They …
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  • Sawfish Soup by Edwidge Danticat - … and develop an interpretation of a literary work by describing an author’s use of literary elements (e.g. theme, point of … , film, literature, music, theatre, and visual arts). Strand: Language Arts-Literary Analysis Social Studies-Humanities Time: 1 Class Period Objectives: • Students will … theme is implied through evidence (words and images) in the literary piece. Answer the following questions: • What does the title of …
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  • Public Affairs - … specific to your course curriculum: a class "fishbowl" discussion; a literary analysis; or a U.S. government and civics presentation. Author(s … least once. B. For Language Arts and English Classes: A Literary Analysis Additional New York Times Resource: "A Fall From White Knight … in class today, such as the moral standards of politicians, literary themes as they relate to real life, or the perceived …
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  • From Aesop to Steinbeck, Lesson 2: TIQA Writing, Supporting, and Proving Theme Statements - … theme statements and provide text-based supporting details and thorough analysis proving their theme statements. Lesson One includes instruction and practice … theme statements and support and analyze the text using a literary analysis paragraph structure titled TIQA*. Finally, lesson three has students returning … TIQA paragraph, a longer literary analysis paragraph supported by not only textual evidence or quotes, but also strong literary analysis. Through collaborative discussions and …
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  • Figurative Language Awards Ceremony - … THEORY TO PRACTICE In her article "Literary Analysis 101," Anete Vasquez writes: "Good readers recognize literary devices and become partners with the author … : "Specifically, picture storybooks can effectively illustrate many of the common literary elements found in "mature" literature. Deceptively simple, picture storybooks have … . 1994. Using Picture Storybooks to Teach Literary Devices. Westport, CT: Oryx Press. Vasquez, Anete. "Literary Analysis 101." English Journal 94.6 (July 2005 …
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  • From Aesop to Steinbeck--Lesson 1: Writing Theme Statements and Including Supporting Details - … theme statements, provide text-based supporting details/evidence, and thorough analysis, proving their theme statements. *Lesson One includes instruction and practice … theme statements and support and analyze the text using a literary analysis paragraph structure titled TIQA. Finally, lesson three has students returning … TIQA paragraph, a longer literary analysis paragraph supported not only by textual evidence or quotes, but also including strong literary analysis. Through collaborative discussions …
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  • On the Scene: Analyzing Scenes in Film and Literature - … being taught as primary text or as part of a literary unit. Students' own films. For a Shakespeare unit, for example … the general skills and strategies for reading a variety of literary texts. 7. Uses the general skills and strategies to understand … , Expository Writing, Film, Fine Arts, Journalism, Language Arts, Lesson Plans, Literary Analysis, Literature, Media Studies, New Media Journalism, Popular Culture, Teaching with …
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