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Analyzing Character Development in Three Short Stories About Women

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Grades 9 – 12
Lesson Plan Type Unit
Estimated Time Nine 60-minute lessons
Lesson Author

Patricia Alejandra Lastiri

Patricia Alejandra Lastiri

Villanova d'Asti, Asti

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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rajaa beaini

March 01, 2012

i have read the lesson plan and i presented it as a project on lesson planning regarding critical thinking. i think i may try it or apply it on differrent stories. its really great thanks

 

rajaa beaini

March 01, 2012

i have read the lesson plan and i presented it as a project on lesson planning regarding critical thinking. i think i may try it or apply it on differrent stories. its really great thanks

 

KATHE W.

August 05, 2011

I'll be trying this out this year. Have often taught these stories separately. Should be fun doing them as a unit. Our students are 1:1 laptops, so we'll be keeping most material online and using Turnitin.com for submission of journals and essays. I'm adding searches for images and audio connected with each era, place, and author.

 

Kaylee Olney, RWT Staff

January 25, 2010

Thanks for alerting us to the broken link, Lucy. We have updated this lesson to reflect the new URL of the About Susan Glaspell page: http://academic.shu.edu/glaspell/About%20Glaspell/About_Glaspell.htm.

 

Lucy Portland

January 17, 2010

The page About Susan Glaspell no longer exists.

 

 

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