Reflection: Adjustments to Practice My Island Mood - Section 2: Application

 

The interviewing of Karana was a fun success.  Kids just LOVE to write skits, or in this case, write interviews.  They take it seriously, and were right on target when it came to identifying and conveying Karana's mood in the different examples.  I regret videotaping only one pair. 

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  Adjustments to Practice: Teacher Reflection
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My Island Mood

Unit 3: Literary Elements from the Island
Lesson 6 of 14

Objective: TSWBAT identify the mood the author is trying to convey to the reader.

Big Idea: Living on a deserted island doesn't mean you have to be in a bad mood.

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English / Language Arts, theme (Writing), imagery, mood, literary device
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