Reflection: Homework Othello Dichotomy Journals - Section 5: Wrap up and Next Steps


Surprising to no one who has been tracking with my lessons, I'm sure, we ran out of time, which left me with an important question--how much homework do I assign? I ended up asking the students to complete the chart on the front of the graphic organizer and told them I would provide time to work on the analysis part on Monday during class. This was met with cheers from everyone. =)

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Othello Dichotomy Journals

Unit 5: Literary: Study of Character Development in Shakespeare's Othello
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their ability to verbally negotiate significant portions of a text by working collaboratively to find dichotomies in Othello Act 1.

Big Idea: A complex task requires a complex tracking system.

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