Reflection: Student Ownership "I’m Inclined To Reserve All Judgments": Understanding Characterization Through Casting - Section 2: Character Clarification and Casting


As I reflect on class reactions into characterization, student conversation took on a life of its own today--so much, in fact, that we'll be continuing this activity in more depth later this week. 

  Student Ownership: Reacting to Characterization Conversation
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"I’m Inclined To Reserve All Judgments": Understanding Characterization Through Casting

Unit 15: Literacy: "The Great Gatsby" Characterization, Style, and Visual Literacy
Lesson 4 of 16

Objective: SWBAT analyze how complex characters behave, interact, and represent theme by casting famous actors in their roles.

Big Idea: The Perfect Daisy? A Natural Nick? A Tyrannical, Tumultuous Tom? Who would perfectly portray characterization given in "The Great Gatsby"?

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