Reflection: Student Ownership The Legend of King Arthur Day 2 of 3 - Independent Reading - Section 2: Independent Reading and Collaborative Discussion


Throughout the school year, I have my students work in collaborative settings because I want them to get in the habit of studying with a partner or group for college readiness.  Since they will deal with a markedly abundant load of complex texts and literacy demands, often I have them do or at least start work independently then debrief collaboratively to engage in discourse to confirm, defend, and revise their interpretations.

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The Legend of King Arthur Day 2 of 3 - Independent Reading

Unit 4: The King Arthur Legend
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT show understanding of the King Arthur Legend through summarizing key events, answering comprehension questions, and engaging in collaborative discussion.

Big Idea: "Our own heart, and not other men's opinions, forms our true honor." --- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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English / Language Arts, archetype, Literature, Classics (Literature), British literature, King Arthur, Culture for Learning, Discourse & Questioning
  57 minutes
student work the legend of king
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