Reflection: Student Ownership Connecting Film, Short Story, and Poetry: In-Depth Discussion - Section 2: "Midnight" Wrap-Up: Closing Discussion and Student Questions


Student discussion today covered a wide range of topics, as they had the leeway to lead inquiry in the directions they chose, building student ownership in the material and in class. 

  Student Ownership: Ownership and Direction: Thoughts on Discussion
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Connecting Film, Short Story, and Poetry: In-Depth Discussion

Unit 16: Literacy: The Theme of Nostalgia in Text and Film
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT participate in collaborative discussion, drawing from their critical viewing and independent reading in order to analyze connections between film, short story, poetry, and non-fiction.

Big Idea: Connections everywhere! Critical thinking by drawing connections between the variety of this week's material.

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English / Language Arts, Ernest Hemingway, Listening and Speaking, Comprehension: Listening and Viewing, collaborative learning, Midnight in Paris, In Another Country, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Miniver Cheevy, Richard Cory
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like his narrator in in another country hemingway served as an ambulance driver in
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