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Comparing both texts: Lesson 5 - Chapter 4 of both texts
Transcript of Comparing both texts: Lesson 5 - Chapter 4 of both texts
To compare and contrast
in Chapter 4 & 5 of
and Chapter 4 of
Into the Wild
Students will be able to analyse the significance of
in Tracks and compare and contrast
Rick and Robyn's
relationship with that of
Chris and Tracy
Entry activity: Unpacking an exam-style question
‘Into the Wild and Tracks are as much stories of recklessness and selfishness as they are of courage.’
How do the two texts represent the actions of their protagonists?
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1. Working in pairs.
2. Highlight key words/phrases and come up with five synonyms for each of these key words/phrases.
3. What is the 'obvious' focus of this question? Is there one at all?
4. What are other (less obvious) focuses for this question?
5. We have 8 minutes.
6. Class discussion to follow.
1. Get into groups of four and discuss the question.
2. We'll have five minutes.
3. Break off to work individually and answer the question in writing.
4. Use textual evidence (reference to and explanation of the significance of events/scenes, quotes, ideas etc.)
5. We'll have 15 minutes writing time.
Compare Chris and Tracy's relationship with Robyn and Rick's. How do they differ? What do they share in common?
1. Working individually, answer the above question in writing (a paragraph is the expected length).
2. Use textual evidence (reference to and explanation of the significance of events/scenes, quotes, ideas etc.)
3. We'll have 15 minutes writing time.
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