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Description

Overview:
Students will read a tsunami myth based in Japan. They will analyze the effect of the setting on character and plot details. Then, they will rewrite the myth to take place in an alternative location.
Subject:
Reading Literature
Level:
Middle School
Grades:
Grade 7
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Date Added:
11/24/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
Language:
English
Media Format:
Downloadable docs

Comments

CHRISTIE DEHART
on Jun 07, 03:42pm Evaluation

Accessibility: Strong (2)

This resource has been modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities by including a graphic organizer to help students understand the elements that go into the creation of a myth as well as to plan their own myths.

CHRISTIE DEHART
on Jun 07, 03:42pm Evaluation

Motivation: Superior (3)

This resource promotes critical thinking (and/or communication, collaboration, creativity), because it includes use of critical thinking as students analyze and begin to write their own myths to enhance content and instruction.

CHRISTIE DEHART
on Jun 07, 03:42pm Evaluation

Purpose: Superior (3)

This resource has valuable technology features that include a digital copy of the narrative and a clear way for students to demonstrate mastery of the standard.

CHRISTIE DEHART
on Jun 07, 03:42pm Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

This resource is reliable on all platforms thus creating choices for the educator as he/she plans instruction.

CANDACE HAMILTON on Dec 01, 02:45pm

This resource has an engaging focus and activity. Full alignment to depth and breadth of standards tagged. No learning objectives have been indicated in the resource. Has clear assessment strategies that will accurately measure student mastery of the specified standards, but needs additional summative strategies. This resource has a strong level of engagement for students. It is easy for teachers to use and understand. This resource may want to consider adding a technology component, perhaps research-based, to enhance the content, instruction, and possibly assessment.

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