How far would you go for love? Is Miss Emily in Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" truly in love or just insane? In this unit, students will examine how Faulkner painted a crafty picture a woman scorned, a nosy southern town, and a murder mystery of sorts. Bring a modern and surprisingly real-world connection to your study of Faulkner's "love story"! Your students will be shocked, awed, and interested for sure!
SEE THE PREVIEW FOR WHAT'S INCLUDED:
-- Questions in open ended and multiple choice formatting for differentiation
-- Activities and worksheets for symbolism, plot, characterization, and figurative language
-- Paired info text and poetry
Classroom success stories from teachers who have tried this resource:
♥ "I am highly impressed with this product. I also appreciate you introducing me to the RACE strategy. I went and downloaded the free RACE info from you after. The completed assignments for this are now proudly hanging on my bulletin board. The kids did great with it!"
♥ "Love this non-fiction pairing! Really got the kids interested."
♥ "Ewww! Ick! and Yay! Love it!"
♥"This short story is one of my favorites, and I really enjoyed this unit--especially the non-fiction connections and characterization collages."
♥ "Another awesome set! I'm going to need a frequent buyer's discount soon, lol. I love your work. Thank you for making my life easier. My kids really got into the articles :)"
♥" There were many great resources with this. Students were fascinated by the article."
Interested in more of my literature units:
American Literature Full Curriculum
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Rose for Emily
To Build a Fire
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Updated Spring 2016
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