Reflection: Student Ownership "The King Is Dead, Long Live the King" - Independent Reading - Section 2: "The King Is Dead, Long Live the King"


This assignment provides students with the opportunity to reflect on their responses to the text while citing evidence to substantiate, which aligns with Common Core expectations that students will own their learning by thinking critically.

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"The King Is Dead, Long Live the King" - Independent Reading

Unit 9: The Victorians
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT interpret "The King Is Dead, Long Live the King" through reading independently, answering comprehension questions, and writing a reader response to the text.

Big Idea: "It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate." ---Henry David Thoreau

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English / Language Arts, British literature, Literature, Victorian Period, King Is Dead, Long Live the King, Common Core Alignment, Culture for Learning
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