Download Theme-Sets for Secondary Students: How to Scaffold Core Literature epub
by Anita C Hernandez,Marcia J Carter,Jeannine D Richison
By combining best classroom practices with theme-sets, you surround canonical texts with supporting literature and inquiry-based instruction to help students formulate and answer questions about the central theme of a core novel. Theme-Sets for Secondary Students illustrates how theme-sets can turn traditional high school literature study into an engrossing collaborative exploration of topics such as: migrant families (Grapes of Wrath) the African American experience (Their Eyes Were Watching God) the literature of war (Night) the bullying mentality (Lord of the Flies, Great Expectations, and The Scarlet Letter) utopian/dystopian societies (Fahrenheit 451). Theme-Sets for Secondary Students shows you how to choose fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and other genres for theme-sets. It offers ways to obtain the books for your theme sets at low cost, as well as ideas on planning theme-based instruction, differentiating instruction using theme-sets, and sparking inquiry in all adolescents-even disinterested and struggling students. The discussion of each core text is accompanied by book lists, teaching points, inquiry activities that integrate the theme-sets with the core text, and suggestions for evaluating how learners are doing.
Theme-sets are a new and powerful way to differentiate your literature instruction and transform your teaching. Theme-Sets for Secondary Students is a powerful way to get started.
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Author: Anita C Hernandez,Marcia J Carter,Jeannine D Richison
Publisher: Heinemann; 1 edition (January 30, 2006)
Pages: 168 pages
ePUB size: 1449 kb
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