Reflection: Pacing Levels of Thinking: An Introduction to Archetypes - Section 4: Wrap up and Next Steps

 

So, the students got way into this today and offered many of their verbal observations while we were going through the notes. Even though I didn't have an official exit activity, I feel confident that they absorbed what they needed to absorb.

We will have to finish the lecture notes tomorrow and I am going to delay the start of Paradise Lost to allow for more practice. It was fun to see the kids get into this so much today--I think it helps that these symbols are so easily recognizable and it allowed them to see that they already have a large body of background knowledge to work with.

  Wrap and Next Steps Reflection
  Pacing: Wrap and Next Steps Reflection
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Levels of Thinking: An Introduction to Archetypes

Unit 4: Literary: Analysis of Thematic Connections and Artistic Choices in Paradise Lost
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Objective: SWBAT support inferential analyses of text and demonstrate understanding of figurative language by brainstorming and identifying archetypes of western literature.

Big Idea: You should never take an apple from a crone: one of many important message we can learn from archetypal symbolism.

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