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Comparing both texts: Lesson 2 - Side by side analysis (openings)

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Liam Brooks

on 1 August 2017

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Transcript of Comparing both texts: Lesson 2 - Side by side analysis (openings)

LI:
To compare and contrast the beginning of 'Tracks' and 'Into the Wild'.

SC:
Students will be able to analyse the introduction and depiction of certain
ideas
and
issues
in the openings of both texts.
'Into the Wild'
1. We will read the summary and analysis of the opening of 'Into the Wild' as a class.

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

'How does the opening of
Into the Wild
differ from the opening of
Tracks
? In what ways are they similar?'

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.
Tracks
1. We will read the summary and analysis of the first chapter of 'Tracks' as a class.

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

'Which of the text's themes are introduced or foreshadowed in this chapter?'

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.
Comparing both texts: Lesson 2 - Side-by-side analysis (Tracks Ch 1. and Into the Wild 0:00 till 10:00)
***Watch till 10:00
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