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Short Answer Questions
Students will provide concise answers to content-based questions about the lesson. They will follow the format provided and use examples for support.
Literary Response and Analysis
Students respond analytically to daily questions from a literary text. Responses are completed in class with the use of the book.
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Pair Poems based on Blake
In pairs, discuss your feelings on the psychological or spiritual development of the human being. Discuss what animals you would use as a metaphor for this theory. Using your choice of animals, write a pair of poems that express your theory on the psychological or spiritual development of the human.
My Generation Poem Project
Writing Our Own Fairy Tales
Read some of the classic versions of fairy tales.In groups, write an original story in which you will include three characters from three different stories you’ve read, along with a symbol from one story.
Final exam in which students are asked to select a myth from our studies and analyze the myth as it represents them or as a god or goddess compares to a modern superhero. Function, effect, and significance of literary elements should be discussed. Evidence from the myths and from students' lives (anecdotes) or from the superhero's story should be included.
You must create a multi-media slide book using Google slides to present your research on your selected topic.
Teach the Lesson - "Earnest"
Develop a lesson that addresses the treatment of your group's assigned questions for "The Importance of Being Earnest."
Teach the Lesson - Poe
Develop a lesson that addresses the treatment of your group's assigned literary device in Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death."
Students will create a 12-frame storyboard depicting the section of the Beowulf story we read in class. Each frame in the story board must include appropriate quotes from the text, and it should be done in color. In addition, a one-page treatment proposal must be included, which outlines costume, set, special effects, and casting ideas.
Travelogue Writing Assignment
Gulliver has written four books about his travels. Your assignment is to make a travelogue. A travelogue is a journal that describes your trip. If you have been on a vacation, tell all about that. If you haven't ever been on a trip or don't want to tell about a vacation you have had, write about a vacation trip you think you would like to take.
This is an assessment of a writing portfolio that students will have created over the marking period. This marking period's portfolio contains literary analysis.
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