Lessons for Literature

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  • Langston Hughes - … Standards 1.3.11.A Read and understand works of literature 1.3.11.F Read and respond to nonfiction and … to selections of literature (fiction and/or non-fiction) Goal of this lesson: For students to understand that literature affects history and … term we use to refer to what a piece of literature is about. Any ideas as to what that term is …
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  • Contemporary Authors Paper and Portfolio Assignment - … Level - 9-12 Note: I use this lesson in my literature class for a final project for seniors and juniors. I … to them as well as paper and portfolio rubrics. British Literature Contemporary Author Paper and Project: First: You will do a … audience knows all of the details. (1 page min.) British Literature Final Paper Rubric At least 12 pages ___/5 Page … authors) ___/100 Conclusion ___/10 Total: ___/440 British Literature Final Portfolio Rubric Ten assignments completed ___/20 Title page …
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  • The Hat Connection - … - 10-12 Making connections is important in the study of literature. In this unit you will use three books: COLD SASSY … , and CROWNS by Cunninham & Marberry. The unit could be called Literature, Business, and History Connections. The core focus is on "hats." While reading COLD SASSY TREE in American literature the students keep a reading journal of the main characters … and contrast the use of the hat theme in the literature, business, and African-American culture. E-Mail Mary Ann Beggs …
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  • An Exploration of The Crucible through Seventeenth-Century Portraits - … American literature and art (or lack thereof) using PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide Chapter 1: Early American Literature to 1700 - A Brief Introduction and The Cambridge History of American Literature
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  • Comparing a Literary Work to Its Film Interpretation - … Students will Access prior knowledge by recalling reactions to any literature -film pairs they have read and seen in the past … students to create an extra-credit project related to other literature-film pairs. Give each student the freedom to define the … you must approve) and project completion. Project ideas could include literature-film reviews, persuasive essays, parodies or other skits, amateur filmmaking …
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  • In Literature, Interpretation is the Thing - … by reading and reacting to passages from a work of literature and critical interpretations of that same work Listen to and … classic Shakespearean literature. This lesson uses a Shakespearean play as an example, but you can substitute any piece of literature that you … students to define the term classic as it relates to literature. Have them create an analogy to explain or defend their …
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  • Let's Talk About Stories: Shared Discussion With Amazing Grace - … interpretations of their peers through small-group and whole-class literature discussions Use evidence from the text to support opinions Develop … conversation guidelines, and remember that they are learning something new. Literature discussions will become more fruitful and focused as students practice … take notes of students' contributions to and involvement in the literature discussions. Use the Journal Entry and Doodle Splash Analysis to …
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  • Using Picture Books to Teach Plot Development and Conflict Resolution - … exemplify multiple literary elements. identify four types of conflict in literature (character vs. character, character vs. self, character vs. nature, and … students respond to the question, "What is conflict resolution in literature? How does that fit into plot development?" Discuss the responses … ." Now that students have seen more examples of conflict in literature, invite them to begin crafting a working definition of plot …
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  • Weaving the Multigenre Web - … students, using the Elements of Fiction PowerPoint. If working in literature circles, have students form groups of five. (This lesson plan … choose a novel to read and discuss. Pass out the Literature Circles handout, Reading Journal Instructions handout, and Rubric for Group … novels using the elements of fiction, reading journals, and assigned literature circle roles. Have students use group discussion rubrics to record …
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  • Monarch Butterflies - … Taught: Monarch butterfly life cycle, appreciation of an author and literature Beginning Internet: Using the Internet to Support Teaching and Learning … activities (listed with plans) Objectives: Students will enjoy a good literature book. Students will learn some information about a children's … the ordered pages to make their own coloring book. Resources Literature * Carle, Eric. The Very Hungry Caterpillar, 1969, Putnam Publishing Group …
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