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Basics of Analysis - High School Literature

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This lesson is great for any high school students, but especially 11th and 12th graders struggling to differentiate summary and analysis. This lesson asks students to define analysis, reviews Bloom's taxonomy, and judge the quality of sample essays. This essay is designed to start a guided note-taking session with the analysis packet, and moves to evaluating sample essays. The lesson ends with an analysis of a fairy tale (Red Riding Hood) as a low-stakes way to practice literary analysis. You could easily adapt it to your students' own essays or thesis statements. This could also be done in smaller chunks as mini-lessons in a larger unit.
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Basics of Analysis - High School Literature
Basics of Analysis - High School Literature
Basics of Analysis - High School Literature
Basics of Analysis - High School Literature
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