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200 WORD QUESTION
This self-contained unit may be used with any text!
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➢ Instructions for teachers and students on writing the Analytical Question. ➢ An example of an Analytical Question for 1001 Nights. ➢ An example of an Analytical Question for Genesis. ➢ An example of an Analytical Question where the trial of Adolf Eichmann is compared to Book I of Plato’s Republic . ➢ An example of an Analytical Question where Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is compared to Plato’s Theaetetus. ➢ An example of an Analytical Question where 1984 is compared to Plato’s Theaetetus. ➢ One page handout where students write their own Analytical Question. ➢ Online version of student assignment.
TEACHER TIP: You don’t need to teach entire works, just short excerpts of the Great Books, to engage students in complex, higher-order thinking and other skills deemed essential in the new CCSS guidelines.
The ELA Common Core State Standards require students to learn how to read texts carefully: Keywords: ANALYTICAL QUESTION, HOTS; High School; Non-fiction; Textual Analysis; Critical Reading; Higher Order Thinking; History; social studies; ELA; Literature; logic
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