Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Defining Words and Analyzing Figurative Language in Langston Hughes's Salavation - Section 5: Wrap Up


Designing a lesson is designing what your going to teach and how you'll help studetns achieve the learning objective.  The beginning and ending of each lesson are important and usually most remembered.  This lessons ending was a continuation of our learning irony and I decided to take advantage of my students spontaneous interest.

  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Lesson Design
Loading resource...

Defining Words and Analyzing Figurative Language in Langston Hughes's Salavation

Unit 5: Short Non Fiction: How it Feels to Be Colored Me and Salvation
Lesson 6 of 12

Objective: SWBAT determine the meaning of unfamiliar words in the memoir Salvation by using context clues and by analyzing the author’s use of literal and figurative words.

Big Idea: How to find the meaning in the text while reading Hughes' Salvation.:

  Print Lesson
2 teachers like this lesson
Similar Lessons
Analyzing Poetry about Beliefs: Using FACE to Uncover the Mask (Day 1 of 2)
9th Grade ELA » Poetry Analysis
Big Idea: Will my beliefs about masks affect my judgment? Let's see the outcome!

Environment: Urban
Donna Fletcher
Introduction To Modernist Literature
11th Grade ELA » Modernist Literature
Big Idea: Without some knowledge of modernism, a Hemingway story would be a complete mystery for my students.
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
Martha Soto
Each Detail Matters: A Long Way Gone
10th Grade ELA » What It Means to be Human
Big Idea: Can we pay homage to an author by examining each word he or she chooses to put onto paper?
Independence, MO
Environment: Suburban
Lindsay Thompson
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload