Reflection: Routines and Procedures Discovering Point of View in Literature - Section 1: Biweekly Work Habits and Learning Reflection


The biweekly work habits and learning reflection may be seen as a time drain by some, but I find that they give both students and me helpful information about student motivation and activity. Plus, time isn't really an issue if you set clear routines. By this point in the year, my students know the routine so well that they can complete it quickly and with little guidance from me.

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Discovering Point of View in Literature

Unit 6: Purpose Across Multiple Texts
Lesson 15 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to determine point of view, including hidden meanings, by analyzing their class novels.

Big Idea: Irony, sarcasm, understatement, oh my! Determining point of view when hidden meaning is at play.

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English / Language Arts, equality (American Govt), point of view, irony, understatement, sarcasm, analyze details, comparison, historical background, equality
  45 minutes
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