Reflection: Modeling How to Read Shakespeare Like A Pro (Day 3 of 3) - Section 3: Class Created Constructed Response


This went really well. It wasn't your typically great, interactive lesson, but the students were completely engaged in what we were doing and were offering really great ideas for our collective writing.

I tend to revise as I write, which really drove them crazy because they were writing along with me and got annoyed when I changed wording or order of ideas, but I think it was really important for them to see that even I have a messy writing process.

When we were finished with our piece, I let them come up and take pictures with their phones so they could have a model for their own writing process.

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  Modeling: Collective Writing
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How to Read Shakespeare Like A Pro (Day 3 of 3)

Unit 5: Literary: Study of Character Development in Shakespeare's Othello
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their ability to read and comprehend complex text by comparing the rhetorical strategies from multiple speeches in Shakespeare's Othello.

Big Idea: So what's Iago's problem? Let his rhetoric be your guide...

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