Reflection: Pacing Myth Theme Analysis - Section 2: Compare/Contrast Essay

 

For many of the students this was enough time to organize their ideas and write a rough draft.  Several students needed to complete the rough draft at home.  It seemed that those students who did not have attendance issues and were actively involved in previous classroom discussions were easily able to complete this step in the writing process        

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Myth Theme Analysis

Unit 1: Folklore
Lesson 6 of 15

Objective: SWBAT write a compare/contrast essay focusing upon theme and discussing the similarities/differences of two myths and the relevance to their life using textual evidence for both.

Big Idea: Is it possible for myths to relate to my own life?

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