Reflection: Essay Writing Writing a Literary Analysis of Maus (Day 2 of 2) - Section 2: Applying Knowledge: Student use their Combined Talents to Write a Literary Analysis


For the most part, I was satisfied with the essays I recieved from my students.  I believe they really needed more time to work on their strengths and weaknesses. The students who chose the analysis of survivors were more successful than the students who chose to write about images.  The essays on images became more of a description than an analysis.  

  Essay Writing: A closer look a two student essays.
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Writing a Literary Analysis of Maus (Day 2 of 2)

Unit 3: Impact of History on Identity and Culture
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT write a clear claim and support it with evidence from the text in order to meet their audience’s knowledge of Maus by writing a group literary analysis of Maus.

Big Idea: Students are dug in--thesis and evidence. Now it is time to write.

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