Collaborative Annotations: Diigo and Pre-Research for Background Knowledge

Unit 4: Literary: Point of View and Perspective in Short Fiction and Non-Fiction
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT research the folklore story of "The Monkey King" by using online annotation tools and will be able to then compare those insights to those in the graphic novel, American Born Chinese.

Big Idea: What is a Monkey King? We begin pre-researching for American Born Chinese by reading online!

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English / Language Arts, Literature, structure (Composition Basics), structure, point of view, perspective, narration, american born chinese, la brea tar pit, coming of, identity
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