Reflection: Routines and Procedures Temptation in the Garden: An Introduction to Paradise Lost - Section 2: SSR

 

We've been reading for about 6 weeks now and I am excited to see the routine that it has provided in my classroom.

I was complaining about how fast class seems to go every day and my teaching partner reminded me that we are giving 10 minutes a day to this activity. When he put it that way, I realized that I had to decide if it was worth it. So far, it absolutely is. Now that we are diving into our first really difficult texts, I think the culture of reading that we have built will help with engagement and stamina.

On the other hand, I have to be doubly mindful of how important it is to bring in the writing and language standards so that my class is not only about reading. I haven't done a great job of this yet and will need to work harder on it in future lessons.

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Temptation in the Garden: An Introduction to Paradise Lost

Unit 4: Literary: Analysis of Thematic Connections and Artistic Choices in Paradise Lost
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate the ability read and comprehend literature at the top end of the 9-10 text complexity spectrum by reading and analyzing excerpts from John Milton's Paradise Lost.

Big Idea: Wait, Satan is the hero? What was Milton thinking?

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