Reflection: Checks for Understanding Analyzing Complex Characters and Tone Shift in Salvation - Section 3: Student Learning Activity


When I collected student work regarding the assuming of a character's role I realized that several students had difficulty taking on the voice of the character.  The  of the student's work that I attached to this lesson was an exception and aside form not writing more than 3-4 sentences,  I think she understood how to talk "through" the character.  In retrospect I think offering a few exemplars of what I was asking would have been helpful.

  Assuming a Role
  Checks for Understanding: Assuming a Role
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Analyzing Complex Characters and Tone Shift in Salvation

Unit 5: Short Non Fiction: How it Feels to Be Colored Me and Salvation
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: SWBAT analyze how shifts in tone and complex characters develop in Salvation by writing character descriptions.

Big Idea: How do complex characters create shifts in tone?

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