SiriNam Khalsa

SiriNam Khalsa
9th Grade ELA
141 Lessons
High School/science-tech
Springfield, MA
Student Environment:
Urban
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Responding to the Short Story "Sucker" by Analyzing the Author's Viewpoint
 
Big Idea: Once students have a clearer understanding of the complex characters in the short story "Sucker," it's time to put their ideas on paper.
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Finding Evidence to support analysis of the short story "Sucker"
 
Big Idea: Reading and analyzing "Sucker," a story of broken friendships.
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The Five Methods for Creating Characters in the Short Story  "Sucker"
 
Big Idea: Students can analyze characters using a five step process.
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Using a Template to Write an Open Response for the Short Story "Sucker"
 
Big Idea: Learning how to use the P.E.E. template for writing an Open Response answer which clearly demonstrates that a student comprehends what he or she has read.
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Moving from Scaffolded Template to Writing Open Responses
 
Big Idea: How students write their the final draft to an open response for the short story "Sucker"
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How to find the Theme of a Short Story
 
Big Idea: What is the difference between Theme and Subject when analyzing a short story ?
Standards:
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Analyzing Theme in the story Sniper.
 
Big Idea: How the use of "chunking" helps all students analyze a story by identifying theme, plot, and characterization.
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Reading and Chunking to Analyze Details and Theme
 
Big Idea: How students benefit from "chunking" their reading into smaller bits of information.
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Writing a Narrative to Develop Structured Event Sequences in "The Sniper."
 
Big Idea: How are people affected by war? By writing letters to the editor, students will begin to learn the answer.
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Introduction to How Complex Characters Change and Develop: Modern Examples
 
Big Idea: To gain greater insight into Nathaniel Hawthorne's characters, students explore the question: "Why do people change the way they look?"
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Analyzing how Complex Characters Change and Develop in “The Birthmark”
 
Big Idea: Is she is really "the best the earth can offer."
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Assessing Student Comprehension and Analysis of "The Birthmark"
 
Big Idea: How can students use evidence to show what they've learned?
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