Reflection: Students with Disabilities Analyzing Humor in Act V of MidSummer Night’s Dream - Section 3: Independent Practice: Station Activities


No matter how much front loading I did with information about Shakespeare or his language, students could not have used that information to better prepare them for what would be discovered in each act of the play. Watch my Act V active reading station reflection video to understand how students responded to activities of this lesson! Overall, the stations provided opportunities to study a complex text for periods of time, integrate literacy concepts to define new meanings about actions and characters, and to offer 1:1 support when students struggled with concepts.

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Analyzing Humor in Act V of MidSummer Night’s Dream

Unit 5: MidSummer Night's Dream
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT understand meanings, explain, and identify the tone of certain words and phrases that Shakespeare uses in Act V of the play.

Big Idea: Going once! Twice! Sold! Meaning of words & phrases in Shakespeare's play.

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