* On the preview a couple symbols came out looking like boxes....but they should print fine, because they are in Wingding font, which about everyone has.
This would be a good supplement to your existing program or a useful resource to spark new ideas, provide more practice, and give a different presentation of this difficult topic.
I have tried to make the notes and text sophisticated enough to be used from 7th grade to even college level. Pick and choose what your think your students will learn from best.
A 27-page document with
a summary of symbolism, subtext, interpretation, detail, suggestion, and the subconscious, with student questions and scaffolded practice.
A 3-page mini-dictionary of common symbols and their meanings.
Three sections of fairy tales with scaffolded highlighting and notes.
Two fables for interpretation and a link to more fables in the same style.
The text of Where the Wild Things Are with scaffolded highlighting and with notes.