How Setting Influences Plot "All Summer in a Day" Lesson Plan & Activity

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This lesson plan introduces how the setting (both time and place) can influence a story's plot. In fact, in some stories, the setting is as integral to the plot as are the main characters. The lesson plan details scenarios you and students can use to explore the influence of setting on plot. The suggested (and included) application text is Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day."

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• Lesson Plan
---- academic vocabulary
---- anticipatory set
---- scenarios exploring setting
---- lesson standard and objectives

• Student Activity / Worksheet
---- parallels the lesson plan

• Exit Ticket

• Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day"

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Teaching Duration
2 Days

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How Setting Influences Plot "All Summer in a Day" Lesson P
How Setting Influences Plot "All Summer in a Day" Lesson P
How Setting Influences Plot "All Summer in a Day" Lesson P
How Setting Influences Plot "All Summer in a Day" Lesson P
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