Reflection: Lesson Planning Comparing Versions of "To Build a Fire," Part II - Section 2: Discussion, Comparing the Two Versions and the Film


Here is a short screencast wherein I share a map of the unit (set up like a web, because that is the way that I think and connect elements in a unit.)  The purpose of examining the map is to identify areas of improvement and to find ways to make stronger connections to the Common Core.


  Lesson Planning: Reviewing the Unit to Plan for Improvement
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Comparing Versions of "To Build a Fire," Part II

Unit 4: Nature, Naturalism, and The Call of the Wild
Lesson 9 of 14

Objective: SWBAT compare three versions of "To Build a Fire": the original, the revised (and more famous) version, and the film.

Big Idea: Looking at three versions of a story allows us to focus on the changes and decisions that each one represents.

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