Reflection: Pacing Responses to Industrialism: Close Reading of The Communist Manifesto (Day 3 of 3) - Section 3: Wrap Up and Next Steps


This has taken so much longer than I wanted it to. I know that my first day was sort of a wasted day, but I was really hoping that we could move on faster than we are from this text. Sigh.

The good news is, I think the students actually have a decent grasp of what Marx is arguing. This will help with our analysis of his style and rhetorical strategies. The main goal for this lesson was to look at how logical argument is structured and supported. Now that the students have some understanding of what Marx is saying, we can begin to discuss how he does it and why this piece has been so influential on 20th century world affairs.

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Responses to Industrialism: Close Reading of The Communist Manifesto (Day 3 of 3)

Unit 12: Informational Text: Craft and Structure Analysis
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT determine the main idea and provide an objective summary of a text by reading and summarizing small chunks of The Communist Manifesto.

Big Idea: What do you do when students struggle with complex text? Sometimes you have to take a step back and read to summarize main ideas.

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