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Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis

Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Black History Month Rosa Parks Facing Adversity Theme Analysis
Product Description
Great lesson for Black History Month: Interesting, challenging interactive way to introduce the concept of denotation/connotation, figurative language, and theme. Students will work in groups to evaluate the denotative and connotative meaning of words, evaluate thematic subject and theme in a variety of different mediums, and establish their own thematic statement using similes, metaphor and analogy. Lesson concludes with groups writing their own acrostic poem using the word ADVERSITY as the anchor.

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Lesson Includes:
1. PPT Lecture (22 slides)
2. Teacher's Guide
3. Student Notes/Handouts (11 pages)
4. Video link for analysis
5. Song lyrics for analysis

Lesson Plan:
CCSS: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.9-10.4 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.9-10.5 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.9-10.6
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.9-10.1.C CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.9-10.1.D CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.9-10.7
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
1. How does humankind respond to adversity?
2. What is the role of adversity in the human experience?
3. What are the positive and negative connotations surrounding a word?
4. How is a common theme expressed within different sources?
5. How to concisely summarize thematic meaning?
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES (All Students Will Be Able To):
1. Identify and select words with positive/negative connotations
2. Analyze a variety of mediums to identify and explain a common theme
3. Create acrostic poems that express a specific tone and theme
DIRECT INSTRUCTION AND CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES:
 Place students in groups of 3-6
 DENOTATION VS CONNOTATION, DEFINING ADVERSITY:
 Denotation vs Connotation Exercises
 Defining “Adversity” Exercises
 ADVERSITY’S RELATIONSHIP TO THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE
 Review Thematic Subject and Theme (PPT slide)
 Explain tasks to students (PPT slide) and use the PPT to read the quotes
 Students complete “Adversity’s relationship to the human experience” exercises
 Have students share their completed work with the class
 Have students complete Rosa Parks and song comparison and share findings
 ACROSTIC POETRY
 Explain Acrostic Poetry to Class (PPT slide) and have students work in groups to create an Acrostic Poem.
 Have students share their completed poems with class.
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
1. In discussions with class as students share their group-work with class.
Total Pages
23 slides 11 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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