Discipline: ELA

Grade Level: 12

Course: English 4: Florida College Prep

©Literacy Design Collaborative. September 2011

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Stranger in the Village: Informational
Overview
  • Module Description
    • Students will examine the theme "stranger in the village" across several texts presented from the perspective of different artists and writers. Students will analyze how writers and artists organize or construct text to convey meaning. 

  • Tasks
    • Teaching Task Template Task (Design your own lesson)

      How do writers and artists organize or construct text to convey meaning? After reading a variety of written and visual texts (film and photography), write an essay that addresses the question and analyzes the "stranger in the village" theme, providing examples to clarify your analysis. What conclusions or implications can you draw?

      Task 21: Informational or Explanatory/Analysis 

      [Insert question] After reading_________(literature or informational text), write a/an ________(report, essay, or substitutes) that addresses the question and analyzes _____________(content), providing examples to clarify your analysis. What conclusions or implications can you draw?  

  • About The Teacher
    • Authors: Barbara Beers, Patricia Bishop, Amy Otero, Maryann Robertson, Kathryn Robinson, Deborah Van Pelt

      Course: English 4: Florida College Prep

  • Materials, References, and Support
    • For Teachers

      Texts:

      • Springboard text level 12
      • Movie: Finding Forrester
      For Students


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