Catcher in the Rye Lesson Plans
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Before Reading TCITRI can...define literary terms used in a novel
I can....Use context clues to determine meaning to unknown words
I can...Apply literary terms for OGT practice Catcher in the Rye SymbolsStudents will learn about the symbols through a powerpoint. Given particular symbols from the book, students will be able to use the symbols to persuade the class of the importance of a particular symbol. They will then apply their knowledge to complete several activities. Chapters 1-4 TCITRI can..Apply Literary Focus words to a novel.
I can...Respond in writing and orally/analyze lliterature
I can....Locate text evidence to support a claim
I can...Use context clues to determine unknown words as I read. Lesson PlanStudents will be able to analyze the major characters in the Catcher in the Rye, effectively develop connections to the main character, and be able to connect major themes to the characterization of characters. The Catcher and the Rye Chapter StudyComprehend and apply literary elements to the novel.
Determine and understand the time period/setting of the novel/Values and morals of that time period The Catcher in the Rye Chapters 13-26I can...determine the meaning of vocabulary in context
I can...use text support to answer comprehension questions
I can...apply literary elements to a novel
I can....discuss literary elements and devices
I can....write using 10 grade standards for written expression
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