Lesson : The Wolf You Feed
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This lesson develops students’ abilities to read closely for textual details and compare authors’ perspectives through an examination of a series of texts about wolves. The unit activities are organized into 5 parts associated with short texts. This lesson introduces reading closely for details through examination of a range of text types, a particular process for close reading that involves questioning the text (generally and in text-specific ways), developing proficiency by analyzing textual details for making comparisons across texts, and developing abilities to express their analysis.
The lesson includes:
- An introduction to the importance of reading and understanding text
- A downloadable Guiding Questions Handout to review and complete with readings
- Downloadable Reading Closely and Text-Centered Discussions Checklists
- Looking Closely for Details assignment with 11 short answer questions
- Downloadable article and worksheet to develop detail analysis
- A link to an interactive world map and quiz with 3 corresponding questions
- A video (3 minutes, 55 seconds) on Two Wolves with a downloadable exercise and a quiz
- An exercise to research wolves online with 2 questions
- A downloadable Guiding Questions worksheet to use while reading White Fang by Jack London and a 6 question quiz
- A final quiz reviewing the content that was learned and testing ability
- An extra credit assignment on werewolves
This lesson is traditionally delivered using an experienced teacher to give the participant feedback on their exercise responses. The licensee of this lesson can easily change the text to make it a completely learner directed, asynchronous delivery model.
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