Unit Plan - Literature Analysis Grade 12 Ap

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ENG 645 RECENT DIRECTIONS IN ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET Assignment Due Date: 02/17/2013 Date Submitted: 02/16/2013 Student Name: Dylan Michlin Student’s NSU ID#: N01340675 Student’s Email Address: dylanmichlin@gmail.com Student’s Home Address: 702 13th St. Apt #204, Miami Beach, FL, 33139 Phone Number: 248.939.0869 Site: Blackboard/www.sharklearn.nova.edu Assignment #: 5 Assignment Title or Description: Unit Plan Course Instructor: Dr. Maureen McDermott I, Dylan Michlin, attest that this is my own and original work. Literary Analysis Unit Plan Dylan Michlin Nova Southeastern University Introduction I am not in the classroom so I will be “teaching” my lessons at the high…show more content…
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.11-12.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone, including words with multiple meanings or language that is particularly fresh, engaging, or beautiful. (Include Shakespeare as well as other authors.) Literary Analysis Lesson 1 Introduction: This unit is designed for a twelfth-grade honors British literature class. These students are extremely gifted and will be taking the AP exam for college credit towards the end of the school year. The students will be learning about the dynamic and static characters in the book. They will be identifying how the dynamic character changes throughout the story and how the static characters stay the same. This is important because these students are undergoing major changes in their lives at this point; they will be attending college next year and taking a big leap into the somewhat unknown. I want the students to be able to see the difference between change and what is stagnant. The students will also be able to chart the progression, or lack thereof in the main characters. The students have prior knowledge of this short story and have had lessons that go over dynamic and static character traits. I do have two ESL students in my classroom that I will be tinkering parts of the activities to
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