Reflection: Advanced Students A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE Day Three - Review Scenes I-V - Section 3: Collaborative Discussion

 

This activity provides advanced students with an opportunity to question the text. They can examine their comprehension gaps and interpretations by writing discussion questions and addressing the most significant in a small-group setting.  As we have examined uncertainties in the text all year and how they affect author's purpose, I find students examining that connection more, which leads to literary analysis of the connection between theme and technique.

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A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE Day Three - Review Scenes I-V

Unit 10: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT interpret A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE through 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, Differentiation, Culture for Learning, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
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