Reflection: Student Ownership A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE Day Two - Scenes IV-V - Section 5: Ticket Out

 

I think it's important to give students an opportunity to question the text.  This is a strategy that I use in my Advanced Placement Literature classes to engage students in thinking about the text and what stands out as significant to them.

Students must take ownership of their understanding of the text.  Allowing them to use these questions for discussion next class engages them in inquiry on the developing plot, including predictions.

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A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE Day Two - Scenes IV-V

Unit 10: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT interpret A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE through all-class reading, writing, and collaborative discussion.

Big Idea: "You take it for granted that I am in something that I want to get out of" (Stella, Scene IV, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE).

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English / Language Arts, Culture for Learning, Common Core Alignment, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
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picture a streetcar named desire film cover warner bros
 
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