Reflection: Flexibility Comparative Analysis of Abs True and "Indian Education" - Section 2: Read "Indian Education"


 I was actually out of class for this activity, so the substitute teacher read the story to the students.  What I find rewarding is that the lesson went really great, even though I wasn't there.  That is a testament to the strong interest generated by the story and also the fact that it plays nicely off of the novel at this point. 

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Comparative Analysis of Abs True and "Indian Education"

Unit 2: Metacognition and The Absolutely-True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Lesson 16 of 19

Objective: SWBAT analyze character, theme and style across two different genres, telling largely the same story, noting similarities and differences.

Big Idea: Reading across texts provides the opportunity for intertextual connections and higher-order thinking.

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