Reflection: Modeling Critically Speaking: Concise Analysis via Critical Comments - Section 2: Criteria for Critical Comments: Introducing the Lesson


I'm a very bad golfer, despite having taken a class and having had private lessons. Maybe that's why I love the idea of taking a mulligan (a do-over) in golf. I don't understand people who claim never to have regrets. I have many. I talk about a change I would make in today's lesson in Critical Comment Regrets.

  Modeling: May I Have a Mulligan? Dealing with Regrets
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Critically Speaking: Concise Analysis via Critical Comments

Unit 7: Take a Little Trip: The Middle Ages and Chaucer
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT critique a tale from "The Canterbury Tales" by composing a critical comment.

Big Idea: Use concise writing to construct a tightly structured critique.

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English / Language Arts, Literature, Fictional Literature, The Canterbury Tales, Critical Comment, assessment
  55 minutes
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