Reflection: Routines and Procedures Literature Circle #4: Holden On His Family - Section 2: Literature Circle and Board Game Work Period


As yesterday was the fourth independent work day for students, today is the fourth Literature Circle discussion students are to have. They began loudly, as they often do, but settled quickly into discussing the novel and Holden's portrayal of the story. I was particularly impressed with the illustrators from this section, they did a strong job creating visual representations of the events in the story. As with yesterday, either because of the established routine or because it's a Tuesday, students settled into work quickly and efficiently. 

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Literature Circle #4: Holden On His Family

Unit 5: Literacy: Catching Identity, Novel Study of "The Catcher in the Rye"
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT participate in a collaborative discussion of Chapters 16-20 of "Catcher in the Rye", having prepared their contribution to the literature circle with a focus on Holden Caulfield's reactions to his family and their challenges.

Big Idea: Which member of your family are you closest to? Which member do you trust the most?

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English / Language Arts, discussion leader, characterization (Fictional Lit), Vocabulary, literature circles, collaborative learning, the catcher in the rye, Catcher in the Rye, illustrators
  50 minutes
jane s
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