Donna Fletcher

Donna Fletcher
9th Grade ELA
22 Lessons
Student Environment:
Urban
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Who is  August Wilson? Using THIEVES to Pre-Read an Obituary Informational Text
 
Big Idea: Do you want to know more about August Wilson? You must be willing to become THIEVES!
  Favorites (21)   Resources (44)   Reflections (1)
Who is August Wilson? Finding the Main Ideas and Supporting Details in an Obituary Using Chunking
 
Big Idea: Why do we study August Wilson's plays? Let chunking lead you to the central ideas, and they will uncover the answer!
  Favorites (6)   Resources (57)   Reflections (2)
Why Read Plays: Exposing the Elements of a Drama
 
Big Idea: Why do I need to learn words and phrases about drama? So you won't break a leg as you read the lines!
  Favorites (9)   Resources (26)   Reflections (1)
Stereotypical and Iconic Images Depicted in Drama:  Baseball and the N-Word in Fences, Act 1 Scene 1
 
Big Idea: How do the images of America's favorite past time and racial stereotypes impact the disempowered?
  Favorites (14)   Resources (49)   Reflections (6)
Baseball as a Metaphorical Image in Fences, Act 1 Scene 1
 
Big Idea: Will it take three strikes for Troy to be out of the old ball game?
  Favorites (5)   Resources (35)   Reflections (2)
Unveiling the Familial and Financial Bonds Between Troy and Gabriel in Fences, Act 1 Scene 2
 
Big Idea: Am I my brother's keeper? Troy's conscience will tell you the truth!
  Favorites (4)   Resources (34)   Reflections (2)
Examining How Character Motivations Influence Character Relationships and Theme: Close Reading of Troy and Cory’s Conflict, Act 1 Scene 3
 
Big Idea: Is Troy a flawed character? Let's see what Troy's interactions with Cory will reveal!
  Favorites (5)   Resources (31)   Reflections (2)
Closely Looking at Conflicts in Fences, Act 1 Scene 4, to Analyze Character Development
 
Big Idea: Do the sins of the father visit the children? See Cory try to resist Troy's pull!
  Favorites (2)   Resources (67)   Reflections (1)
Using SWBT to Reveal Characters' Reasons for Their Actions in Fences, Act 2 Scene 1
 
Big Idea: What motivates characters to act? SWBT will tell you!
  Favorites (4)   Resources (38)   Reflections (3)
Analyzing the Role of Death in Fences  Act 2, Scene 2-3
 
Big Idea: How does death affect Troy both figuratively and physically?
  Favorites (2)   Resources (37)   Reflections (1)
Analyzing Death as a Theme and Character in Fences, Act 2 Scene 4-5
 
Big Idea: How does the presence of Death affect the Maxson family? If you ask Troy he would say, "Death ain't nothing!"
  Favorites (3)   Resources (31)   Reflections (1)
Sins of the Father: Identifying Claims and Counterclaims to Develop a Balanced Argument
 
Big Idea: Should we chase away the sins of our fathers or welcome them with open arms? My students will tell you!
  Favorites (3)   Resources (35)   Reflections (4)
Sins of the Father: Developing a Claim Using Evidence from Fences
 
Big Idea: Can we defend our position by developing our claim using C.E.E.?
  Favorites (6)   Resources (33)   Reflections (1)
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