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Into, Through and Beyond: The Metamorphosis

This prezi outlines six teaching strategies for working with high school students studying The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka.

Jennifer Roberts

on 13 August 2010

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Transcript of Into, Through and Beyond: The Metamorphosis

Into Through Beyond The Metamorphosis By Franz Kafka Six student tasks that will support language
development, improve comprehension and
push students to think critically. Curriculum by:
Laura Newman and Jennifer Roberts
Point Loma High Genre Matrix Must Have May Have Must not have My reaction Anticipation Guide
Double Entry Journal Agree or Disagree:

Modern machines and devices alienate us from one another.

Modern technology causes people to become isolated from human contact.

It is the duty of a child to support his/her family if they are in need.

Children require approval and praise from their parents.

It is a family’s duty to care for a loved one, even if they become sick, disabled, or burdensome. How is Greggor feeling now? Evidence? Or

Clarifying Bookmarks The Trialog Students work in a group of three to write a
"trialog" about what Greggor's family would
be saying to each other outside his room. Compare back to the Genre Matrix Students will go back to their Genre matrix
they created about surrealistic art and decide
if they find any of the same features in
The Metamorphosis. Standards: 10th Advanced
Reading 3.9: Explain how voice, persona and choice of narrator affect characterization and the tone, plot and credibility of a text.

Reading 3.12: Analyze the way in which a work of literature is related to the themes and issues of it's historical period.

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