Reflection: Pacing Introduction To Faulkner’s “A Rose For Emily” - Section 6: Discuss Section II

 

It was important for me to make sure that we got far enough into the story to get students “hooked.” It was also important to give them time to read closely and discuss what they had read, as these are important habits they need to develop. This meant we were only able to get through two short sections of the story today, but luckily, the second section ends at a point that really captured students’ imagination and interest. The reading-discussing-reading-discussing cycle works well for my students because they need the time to tackle the reading, to interact with the text by annotating, and to digest what they read through discussion. These activities help my struggling readers make sense of a story that may otherwise greatly confuse them. 

  Reading the Story One Section At A Time
  Pacing: Reading the Story One Section At A Time
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Introduction To Faulkner’s “A Rose For Emily”

Unit 8: A Rose For Emily
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT make sense of the first part of Faulkner's short story by doing a close reading and engaging in discussion.

Big Idea: Reading-talking-reading-talking is a good cycle for inexperienced readers to access the details in a text that may otherwise fall through the cracks.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Annotating, discussion
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