- Whether freshmen or AP seniors, students often forget to back up their statements about texts with evidence for support or to begin with the text when considering answers to literary questions. The more we ask them to provide textual evidence in discussion, analysis activities, essays, and on tests, the more ingrained this important skill will become. This lesson was designed for freshmen at the beginning of the year as they begin analyzing literature. The handout and question refer specifically to the story "Poison" by Roald Dahl, but feel free to remix the lesson to work with another text, older students or nonfiction.
- Remix of:
- AEA Template for Building Lessons
- Literature, Reading Literature
- High School
- Grade 9
- Material Type:
- Lesson Plan
- Kim Grissom
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- Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
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- Downloadable docs
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