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Lit Circles

Their Eyes Were Watching God
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Amy T

on 17 March 2014

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Transcript of Lit Circles

Please sit in your Lit Circle Groups.
Take out your prepared work, Lit
Circle Information Assignment,
and your novel.

How is it significant that Tea Cake teaches Janie to play checkers?
Notice the return of the pear tree symbol (p. 106) and discuss the meaning behind it.
Please begin your Lit Circle discussion by conversing about the following:
Mmmm... I look like a tasty tea cake.
Group Member #1 - Lead your group in a discussion of your findings. Use textual evidence in your discussion. Group members must mark annotations in their text.
Write your names and Group Member # on the back of your index card.
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Number the front. After each 5-minute interval, note the most intriguing, original item your group discussed and wants to share with the class.
Group Member #2 - Lead your group in a discussion of your findings. Use textual evidence in your discussion. Group members must mark annotations in their text.
Group Member #3 - Lead your group in a discussion of your findings. Use textual evidence in your discussion. Group members must mark annotations in their text.
Group Member #4 - Lead your group in a discussion of your findings. Use textual evidence in your discussion. Group members must mark annotations in their text.
Group Member #5 - Lead your group in a discussion of your findings. Use textual evidence in your discussion. Group members must mark annotations in their text.
Note your most intriguing literary finding next to #1 on your index card
Note your most intriguing literary finding next to #2 on your index card
Note your most intriguing literary finding next to #3 on your index card
Note your most intriguing literary finding next to #4 on your index card
Note your most intriguing literary finding next to #5 on your index card
Highlight your two most "mind-blowing" literary observations and be ready to discuss them as a group tomorrow in class.
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