How To Teach Popular Texts

 

  

How To Teach To Kill A Mockingbird

This unit plan provides a series of practical and meaningful resources and strategies for teaching the social and historical context of To Kill A Mockingbird, the characters, their relationships and differences along with the symbols of the text. Each section of the unit plan provides teachers with a script for talking to students about the text, as well as activities which are designed to build students' familiarisation with the novel, to think about it in complex ways and to be able to put this into writing.

 

How To Teach Of Mice and Men

This unit plan provides a series of practical and meaningful resources and strategies for teaching the social and historical context of Of Mice and Men, the characters, their relationships and differences along with the symbols of the text. Each section of the unit plan provides teachers with a script for talking to students about the text, as well as activities which are designed to build students' familiarisation with the novel, to think about it in complex ways and to be able to put this into writing.

  

How To Teach Animal Farm

This unit plan provides a series of practical and meaningful resources and strategies for teaching the social and historical context of Animal Farm, the characters, their relationships and differences along with the symbols of the text. Each section of the unit plan provides teachers with a script for talking to students about the text, as well as activities which are designed to build students' familiarisation with the novel, to think about it in complex ways and to be able to put this into writing.

 

How To Teach Night

This unit plan provides a series of practical and meaningful resources and strategies for teaching the historical context of Night and the major and minor characters. A range of excellent resources and activities are provided for students to develop their understanding of the symbols and devices utilised by Wiesel throughout Night, as well as activities that build students knowledge of not only what the themes are, but how to write about them effectively including discussing how symbols and devices are used to underscore important ideas. Each section of the unit plan provides teachers with a script for talking to students about the text, as well as essay topics that students can respond to as their knowledge of different aspects of the text grows.

 

How To Teach The Outsiders

This unit plan provides a series of practical and meaningful resources and strategies for teaching the social context of The Outsiders and the major and minor characters. A range of excellent resources and activities are provided for students to develop their familiarity with the text,  as well as the symbols and devices utilised by Hinton throughout the text. Each section of the unit plan provides teachers with a script for talking to students about the book, as well as essay topics that students can respond to as their knowledge of different aspects of the text grows.

  

How To Teach The Giver

 

This unit plan provides a series of practical and meaningful resources and strategies for teaching The Giver. The resource includes strategies for building students familiarity with the text and promoting discussion of it; activities for teaching the major and minor characters and a range of excellent resources and activities for building students' understanding of the symbols and devices utilised by Lowry throughout the text. Each section of the unit plan provides teachers with a script for talking to students about the book, as well as essay topics that students can respond to as their knowledge of different aspects of the text grows.

 
 

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