Lessons for Literary Response

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  • Focusing Reader Response Through Vocabulary Analysis - … group. The discussion ranges from vocabulary and comprehension to literary analysis and reader response. Words from The Hobbit are used in the … webs. Completed webs can be printed. FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE Literary analysis can be intimidating to students who want to find … their analysis matches [the teacher's]" (Anzul, 30). Through reader-response activities, such as this one, students are guided by their …
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  • Character Super Sleuths - … to do as a result of this lesson? Given a literary text, the student will be able to describe a character … an oral report about a character, using information from the literary text. Prior Knowledge: What prior knowledge should students have for … be able to assess student comprehension based on responses. The teacher will note responses to questions such as: What is the definition …
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  • Technology Rich Romeo and Juliet Lesson Plan - … scene's importance. TEKS: 110.31. (2) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Theme and Genre. Students analyze, make inferences and draw … on 20th and 21st century literature; (4) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Drama. Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about … Board to display and categorize student responses. The teacher will lead a discussion based upon these responses. Since a Promethean Board is …
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  • Exploring Descriptive Text Structure Using Informational Text - … more information LAFS.7.W.3.9 :Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research. Apply … use or alter history"). Apply grade 7 Reading standards to literary nonfiction (e.g. "Trace and evaluate the argument and specific … video, providing students with clear, correct information by writing students' responses on the board and providing corrective feedback when needed. Students …
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  • 8.9 Lesson plan: Home to High Plains - … sheet of paper horizontally and create two columns: One for literary devices / author word choice and the other for studentsa description … the first.) Have students complete their mood charts. In the literary devices / author word choice column, students should write phrases from … finished filling in their theme charts, have students share their responses. Possible themes students may pick up on include the importance …
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  • Mordecai Richler: Canadian Icon - … describe the various elements of a poster and write their responses on the board or chart paper. Identify pictures, captions, frequently … will conduct research on Richler and his place in Canadian literary history. Depending on the grade level, students' focus can include Richler's life and work, contemporaries, literary influences, place in Canadian literature, and opinions and controversies. From …
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  • BWM Sig Proj - Diggs - Go Girls Book Club - … a Peer Leaders class select poet Phillis Wheatley as their literary role model. They organize a Go Girls Book Club (GGBC … Adams, Phillis Wheatley & Lucy Stone. * Agree on Phillis Wheatley as literary role model. * Schedule weekly meetings for Go Girls Book Club … . * Use technology. * Initiate and complete entire activities. * Act professionally. * Take responsibility for career and life choices. Assessment There are no tests …
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  • The House on Mango Street - … and their children adapt to American society--what kinds of responses have replaced or been added to the assimilation that was … for immigrants in American culture through the 1950's? Vocabulary: Literary terms: vignette, metaphor, symbol, simile, narrator Lesson Extensions: Additional Readings … second-generation Americans). 3.4.31 Understand the effect of literary devices, such as alliteration and figurative language, on the reader …
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  • 8th Grade Poetry Lesson by Jennifer A. Goldberg - … Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Literature B. Analyze the use of literary elements by an author including characterization, setting, plot, theme, point … view, tone and style. C. Analyze the effect of various literary devices. Sound techniques (e.g., rhyme, rhythm, meter, alliteration). Figurative … to encourage equitable participation. Clarify, illustrate or expand on a response when asked. Present support for opinions. Paraphrase and summarize, when …
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  • Grade 7 Statistical Bias - … ICT Outcomes: SEHI 9.3 understand, model, and assume personal responsibility for the acceptable use of copyrighted and other information resources … is found in the 1936 US presidential election polls. The Literary Digest held a poll that forecast that Alfred M. Landon … win, and he was right. What went wrong with the Literary Digest poll? They had used lists of telephone and automobile …
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