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Comparison of both texts: Lesson 1 - Linking key scenes to themes

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Comparison of both texts: Lesson 1 - Linking key scenes to themes
Extension activity
Comparison activity
1. Working individually.

2. Read the comparison.

3. Answer the accompanying questions thoroughly (8-12 lines per question.

4. We have 30 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Entry activity: Linking key quotes to key themes
1. Working in pairs.
2. Look at the two quotes below and link them to one (or more) themes. .
3. We have 5 minutes.
4. Class discussion to follow.
LI: To compare and contrast the depiction of key themes in 'Tracks' and 'Into the Wild'.

SC: Students will be able to use relevant and compelling textual evidence to support claims about themes.
"I had always supposed that loneliness was my enemy. I had seemed not to exist without people around me. But now I understood that I had always been a loner, and that this condition was a gift rather than something to be feared." - 'Tracks', p.40.
“But you're wrong if you think that the joy of life comes principally from human relationships. God's placed it all around us. It's in every thing. In anything we can experience. people just need to change the way they look at those things.” - 'Into the Wild' (scene with the old man, Ron, on top of the mountain.)
Themes


Identity and belonging
Self-actualisation
Women's rights/feminism
Indigenous rights/social justice
Racism
Nature vs modernity
Idealism vs materialism
Isolation and intimacy
Arrogance, ignorance and innocence
Family
1. Working in the same pairs.

2. Explain
how
or
what
these two quotes reveal about the the theme you have chosen. In other words, what is potentially significant or revelatory about these pieces of textual evidence? What do they reveal about the theme?

3. Write 6-8 lines explaining their significance to the chosen theme. Imagine that this is part of the '
e
vidence' section of a body paragraph using TE
E
L. Don't forget to select
the most relevant and compelling parts of the quotes
and weave them into your writing.

4. We have 15 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
"I had always supposed that loneliness was my enemy. I had seemed not to exist without people around me. But now I understood that I had always been a loner, and that this condition was a girft rather than something to be feared." - 'Tracks', p.40.
“But you're wrong if you think that the joy of life comes principally from human relationships. God's placed it all around us. It's in every thing. In anything we can experience. people just need to change the way they look at those things.” - 'Into the Wild' (scene with the old man, Ron, on top of the mountain.)
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