Reflection: Student Feedback Mythology Reading Groups, Day 5 - Section 2: Readers' Theater


When asked, many students state they enjoy the play version better, but qualify their response by noting that the having the text to refer to during the performance is essential to their comprehension.

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  Student Feedback: Play vs Prose
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Mythology Reading Groups, Day 5

Unit 11: Mythology
Lesson 10 of 16

Objective: SWBAT explain how the plot of a myth unfolds and identify the common characteristics of a myth. Students read myths in a variety of formats including prose and drama.

Big Idea: Change it up! Add a little drama to your mythology.

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