- Post Reading Discussions - Socratic Method
- A Diary of a Young Girl - Socratic Method - Post Reading Discussions
A Diary of a Young Girl - Socratic Method - Post Reading Discussions
Students feel confident with this semi-structured approach to class discussions. This purchase includes a 20 slide PowerPoint that introduces students to the Socratic method for the purpose of discussing a text, a student discussion prep sheet and reflection, and detailed instructions for the teacher on how to facilitate a class discussion. The PowerPoint also includes theme questions to help students expand their perspective on the text, or to extend a discussion that needs to delve a bit deeper.
Some of my most memorable teaching moments come from class discussions. Students are often better able to put the abstract concepts of a text into words that other students can understand better than I can. I'm always amazed when students can come to a consensus on a tough issue or bring in a current event or popular movie or song that relates to the book as well.
The Diary of a Young Girl Complete Unit Plan
5 weeks of lesson plans. Includes pacing guide, film essay, activities, reading quizzes, and discussions. This bundle has everything you need to get started teaching The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank in an engaging way! This unit supports an in-depth analysis of the text. Students will be encouraged to think deeply and write about themes and character development with these activities.
A Diary of a Young Girl - Anticipation Guide & Reflection
Use pre-reading and post-reading activities to get students making "big picture" connections with this A Diary of a Young Girl anticipation guide and reflective writing. This purchase includes a two page handout with quotes that relate to the text's theme.
A Diary of a Young Girl - Quote Analysis & Reading Quizzes
A perfect tool for scaffolding deeper understanding and analysis for A Diary of a Young Girl! This is my go-to tool for helping students process key details and providing regular reading quizzes without drowning myself in grading.