Lessons for Literary Response

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  • Great Women Thinkers - … learned from a focused discussion. 2.6 Analyze differences in responses to focused group discussion in an organized and systematic way … Identify and analyze the point(s) of view in a literary work. 8.33 Analyze patterns of imagery or symbolism and … knowledgeable, reflective, creative, and critical members of a variety of literary communities. 12. Students use spoken, written, and visual language to …
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  • The Personal Is Political - … , and synthesize information received orally. 2.6 Analyze differences in responses to focused group discussion in an organized and systematic way … the text for the identified themes. 9.7 Relate a literary work to the seminal ideas of its time. 11.7 … purpose, speaker, audience, and form when completing expressive, persuasive, or literary writing assignments. 23.14 Organize ideas for emphasis in a …
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  • Reel Remembrances - … create a media presentation based upon background information and interview responses. Students will learn how events of historical significance may be … . Making Connections-Students will deepen their understanding of a literary or non-literary work by relating it to its contemporary context or … videotape interviews with focus on selection of interview questions and responses for inclusion in the final product. Day Nine: (At least …
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  • The Shakespeare Crowd - … Connections Students will deepen their understanding of a literary work or non-literary work by relating it to its contemporary context or … bookmarked Internet sites. Each member of the group should be responsible for gathering information about at least one of the research … today. Students are prompted to write on the following open response prompt. “How could a playwright appeal to such an audience …
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  • Do We Have to Do This?: Questioning Educational Practice - … . Standard 9: Making Connections Relate a literary work to primary source documents of its literary period or historical setting. Standard 15: Style … . Once developed and approved by the teacher, each student is responsible for asking five to ten people, outside the class, these … . Cross-Curricular Extensions: Math: Have students create graphs showing the responses to their surveys and include this in their PowerPoint presentations …
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  • Autobiography, Verb Agreement and Tense - … Tense Explanation – Student Page LESSON OBJECTIVES • To review and reinforce literary elements/tools, reflection and evaluation • To set goals and demonstrate … this point they should be very familiar with the different literary elements/tools that they can add to their piece to … into their notebooks. Tell them you will be holding them responsible for improving in the areas they wrote about. Next, directly …
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  • What Medium Tells the Truth? - … as it will make assigning them and reminding students of responsibilities that much easier. Tell them that they are to use … their ideas for the reporter’s message about war. What literary tools does the reporter use to convey this message? How … each group to present their group’s decisions about the literary tools used in the news article. Collect the Poetry Tools … and Subjective – Return to your original lists of words in response to the word “war.” Are there specific words you would …
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  • African American history - … social studies) Learning literary elements through African and African American folktales Students will apply their knowledge of literary elements to the analysis … elements. (Grade 8 English language arts) Maya Angelou: Study and Response to "Still I Rise" Students will read biographical information about … letter to the author or his/her own poem in response. (Grade 8 English language arts) Jim Crow & the Civil Rights …
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  • Onomatopoeia: A Figurative Language Minilesson - OVERVIEW Students are introduced to the literary device of onomatopoeia and explore how the technique adds to … in response to sounds they hear in an online tool. Following the lesson, students can look for additional examples of the literary … tool to listen to sounds and list onomatopoeic words in response. FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE In his analysis of exemplary writing …
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  • Exploring Literature through Letter-Writing Groups - … writing open-ended letters that foster discussion, leaving room for responses to their letters, and keeping letters focused on a point … discussion in which they make connections among a number of literary works. FEATURED RESOURCES Letter Generator: This online tool allows students … connections among several literary works they read during the year. Further Reading Young, Art. 1997. "Mentoring, Modeling, Monitoring, Motivating: Response to Student …
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