Reflection: Student Ownership "A" is for Allegory; "S" is for Symbol: Reading One Story as Two in "The Canterbury Tales" - Section 1: Teacher to Teacher: Time Frame and Context

 

If a student mistakenly write on both sides of the paper. Have the student snap a picture with his/her cell phone and email the photo of the summary to you. You can then print it or project it on the screen. That way rather than focusing on what goes wrong, you're finding a way to focus on what the student did right, and that's completing the assignment. 

  An Option for Handling Student Misunderstanding of Directions
  Student Ownership: An Option for Handling Student Misunderstanding of Directions
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"A" is for Allegory; "S" is for Symbol: Reading One Story as Two in "The Canterbury Tales"

Unit 7: Take a Little Trip: The Middle Ages and Chaucer
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT understand the difference between allegory and symbolism as they relate to "The Canterbury Tales."

Big Idea: Stories function on literal and symbolic levels of meaning.

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