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Into the Wild: Lesson 5 (overview of comparative SAC(1))
Transcript of Into the Wild: Lesson 5 (overview of comparative SAC(1))
To gain an overview of the comparative SAC.
Students will be able to explain the key features of the
Wednesday 6 September 3:30-5:15
Essential elements checklist
A high-level comparison of two texts will do the following.
Ideally, you should have already watched
Into the Wild
There will be a screening next
Wednesday in the theatre starting in Period 3
over the holidays.
Complete the homework thoroughly.
Into the Wild: Lesson 5 (overview of comparative SAC)
When is the comparative SAC?
What we need to do
bout the two texts that responds clearly and insightfully to the essay topic.
Show in-depth knowledge and understanding of the
in each text.
Compare the texts' ideas, issues and themes (as relevant to the given topic) in
a sustained and insightful manner (no retelling of the plot!)
Show an understanding of how the texts convey ideas from
Identify points of connection that enable a complex discussion of
similarities and differences
Support arguments and statements about the texts with
well-selected textual evidence
, integrated into the discussion.
Use the features of a comparative analysis, including
structure (integrated structure)
, to compare the texts.
Use an expressive, fluent and
clear writing style
with correct spelling and grammar.
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