✍ This poster has helped my students to draft quality literary responses to numerous pieces of literature! ✍
✨ A printable 8x11 image is included as well as a poster sized image ready to print, laminate, and decorate your classroom wall! ✨
I display this poster as part of my literary analysis unit
Literary Analysis Unit
Teach your students this easy, step-by-step process for developing a rich, insightful, and well supported literary analysis. Breaking down this challenging process for students allows for further depth in each key area of a quality response! Practice and assessment with quality literature comes with this bundle!
This bundle includes: ⇓
➺Google Slides Presentation and PowerPoint on the steps for writing a literary analysis
➺Graphic organizer (Google Doc, Word Doc, and PDF) that breaks down each step
➺Topics and elements to analyze classroom poster and lesson (3 different sizes)
➺Rubric for assessment
➺Assess the Examples Activity provides examples and discussion prompts for better response techniques.
➺Tone Analysis Summative Assessment
. Three passages provided for assessment offers voice and choice in this summative assessment. Students will write an analysis paragraph on the tone within the given passages. Graphic organizers and rubrics provided!
➺Literary Analysis with "The Yellow Wallpaper"
. Students are given an essential question, and the text to annotate. After reading, students will be guided with three graphic organizers to develop evidence to support their answer to this literary analysis question. Students are provided a detailed graphic organizer for support in organizing and drafting this literary response!
➺Literary analysis lesson with "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" by Langston Hughes.
This lesson will cover:
➫The significance of the rivers
➫Symbolism in the poem
➫Word choice and comprehension
➫Literary Analysis final assessment with writing prompt, graphic organizer, and rubric.
➺Lesson plan, with slide notes for easy, no prep plans!
Literary Analysis Made Easy (Digital and Printable!)
Literary Analysis Made Easy!
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