Literary Analysis with Literary Analysis Essay! Digital for Distance Learning

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Teach your students this easy, step-by-step process for developing a rich, insightful, and supported literary analysis. This digital growing bundle includes 7 full literary analysis units including character analysis, theme analysis, poetry analysis, and more! Graphic organizers and scaffolded support lessons will aid students in drafting the full literary analysis essay. Engaging activities keep students interested while practice and assessments with quality literature meet state standards! This is also digital resource. It can be used for distance or e-learning. Each unit will contain a Google File Link Page that will provide you with a Google Doc/Slides for each activity. A video tutorial I created will provide you with some tech tools to assist you with delivering the content via distance learning.

This is a growing bundle! The units included in this bundle are listed below. I will be adding several more units to this bundle very soon! You can access all of the units below and all future units at this current price. When the new units are added, the price will increase.

This bundle includes: ⇓

➺Google Slides Presentation and PowerPoint on the steps for writing a literary analysis using a unique method I created.

➺Graphic organizer (Google Doc, Word Doc, and PDF) that breaks down each step.

➺Topics and elements to analyze classroom poster (3 different sizes).

➺Rubric for assessment.

➺Assess the Examples Activity provides examples and discussion prompts for better response techniques.

➺ Scaffolded mini-lesson and three engaging activities to support students with writing the literary analysis claim statement.

➺ 3 more scaffolded mini-lessons coming soon!

Plus, this bundle includes six (and growing) complete literary analysis units to practice these skills.

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 (poetry) analysis lesson with "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" by Langston Hughes. This lesson will cover:

➫The Speaker

➫The significance of the rivers

➫Symbolism in the poem

➫Mood

➫Metaphors

➫Allusions

➫Repetition

➫Word choice and comprehension

➫Literary Analysis final assessment with writing prompt, graphic organizer, and rubric.

➺Character Analysis Complete Unit - For Any Novel!

➫ Character Analysis Lesson

➫ Writing the Character Analysis Essay Lesson

➫ Character Analysis Student Workbook- graphic organizers for every step of the process!

➫ Mentor Text Stations

➫ Gallery Walk Activity- to find evidence for the analysis

➫ Class Posters/Anchor Charts

➫ Rubric for Assessment

➺Lesson plan, with slide notes for easy, no prep plans!

Theme Analysis and Theme Analysis Essay - For Any Novel!

➫ Theme Lesson

➫ Topic Tracking Lesson

➫ Collaborative Discussion Activities

➫ Graphic Organizers

➫ Complete Lesson Plan

Literary Analysis One Pager

➫ Lesson

➫ One Pager Student Directions

➫ One Pager Forms

➫ Rubric for Assessment

These units are all CCSS Aligned!

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200+
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text, including determining where the text leaves matters uncertain.
Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.

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