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Comparing both texts: Lesson 3 - Chapter 2 of both texts

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Comparing both texts: Lesson 3 - Chapter Two of both texts
LI:
To compare and contrast Chapter Two of 'Tracks' and Chapter Two ('Adolescence') of 'Into the Wild'.

SC:
Students will be able to analyse the development of
plot, themes and characterisation
in both texts.
1. We will read the summary and analysis of the second chapter of 'Tracks' as a class.

2. Then, working as a group of four, you will discuss the following Question:

'Describe the montage as Chris walks Los Angeles at night. Consider sound, editing, film speed, and narrative techniques such as Chris imagining himself as a businessman who he passes. How do these cinematic techniques contrast with the rest of the film? How does this enhance your understanding of character and theme? '

3. After five minutes of discussion, you will break off to answer the question individually in 8-12 lines utilising textual evidence.

4. You will have 15 minutes for writing.
1. We will read the summary and analysis of the second chapter of 'Tracks' as a class.

2. Then, working as a group of four, you will discuss the following Question:

'Nancy (p.35) and Robyn (pp.36-37) both describe the purpose of Robyn's trip. How do their explanations differ? What can you add to these, to explain more about Robyn's motivations or hopes?'

3. After five minutes of discussion, you will break off to answer the question individually in 8-12 lines utilising textual evidence.

4. You will have 15 minutes for writing.
*** Watch from 34:42 to 39:12, and 59:30 to 107:39
Activity: Unpacking an exam question
1. We will unpack the key words for an exam question and find five synonyms for each of these key words.

2. The working with a partner, come up with:
A fluent written contention on this question.
A dot-point plan for two body paragraphs including
The topic of the body paragraph
The topic sentence.
Three pieces of potential textual evidence (events/scenes, quotes)

3. We'll have 20 minutes.
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