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Comparing both texts: Lesson 4 - Chapter 3 of both texts

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Liam Brooks

on 4 August 2017

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Transcript of Comparing both texts: Lesson 4 - Chapter 3 of both texts

LI:
To analyse Chapter 3 of
Tracks
and Chapter 3 ('Manhood') of
Into the Wild
.

SC:
Students will be able to explain what Robyn's interactions with Indigenous people reveals about her worldview and the socio-historical context of the trip. Students will be able to articulate the use of mise-en-scene in
Into the Wild
, as well as compare and contrast Chris and Robyn's interactions with animals.
1. Working in groups of four.

2. Discuss the this question:
How would you describe Robyn's interactions and relationships with the local Indigenous people (including Ada, Joanie, Frankie, and Clivie). What do they reveal about her values and the socio-historical context of
Tracks
?


3. We have five minutes.

4. Then break off to individually answer the question in writing (10-12 lines).

5. We'll have 15 minutes.

6. Class discussion to follow.
Comparing both texts: Lesson 4 - Chapter 3 of both texts
1. Working in groups of four.

2. Discuss the the two questions to the right:



3. We have five minutes.

4. Then break off to individually answer the questions in writing (10-12 lines).

5. We'll have 20 minutes.

6. Class discussion to follow.
*** Watch 1:07 to 1:23.
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