Reflection: Transitions Working in Groups to Determine Mood Changes in Chapter 5 (Day 2 of 2) - Section 2: Irony


Looking back, I should have spent more time on the irony in this chapter. I had them transcribe the definition and we briefly discussed the irony of this chapter, but I could have asked for more reflection on their part, but I have so focused on having enough time for the activity I didn't make the connection until after class. Live and learn.

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Working in Groups to Determine Mood Changes in Chapter 5 (Day 2 of 2)

Unit 1: Great Expectations Ch. 1-6: Foundation
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWABT cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support their analysis of the mood in chapter by working in groups to determine the most fitting word.

Big Idea: Teenagers, by nature, understand mood swings. In this lesson, we use this knowledge to determine the mood established by Dickens throughout chapter 5.

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