Subject, Theme, and Characterization Analysis teaches students the differences between a theme and a subject as well as the two types of characterization (direct and indirect).
In lesson one, students will take Cornell Notes on theme, subject, and characterization.
In lesson two, students will analyze the subject, theme, and examples of direct and indirect characterization in the short story, "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan.
✓ Two high-quality PowerPoint presentations
✓ Cornell notes on theme, subject, moral, and characterization
✓ Guidelines for finding a theme
✓ Learning goals
✓ Activities for reading and discussion
✓ Theme analysis chart worksheet
✓ Exit tickets
✓ A copy of "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan
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