This Omega English product contains a very detailed CCLS aligned lesson plan that highlights the Danielson Domains. In contains an abundance of differentiation; thus, this product can be used with all diverse learners. The lesson plan focuses on the symbolism in “A Rose For Emily.” Students learn the different between connotation and denotation, discuss the various symbols present in the text, and analyze the extent in which Faulkner’s use of symbolism deepens the reader’s understanding of the text. It contains a very detailed model. In addition, the product also contains a corresponding Power Point with an abundance of visuals and a link for audio support. Seven student worksheets are included that can be used for differentiation and a teacher checklist/participation worksheet is also included to assess student participation throughout the lesson. This lesson is teacher and student tested and has yielded positive feedback from administration.
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Keywords: Keywords: A Rose For Emily; William Faulkner; Literary Elements; Literary Techniques; Symbolism; Literary Analysis; Differentiation; Connotation; Denotation;Symbols; 11th grade; 12th grade; 10th grade; 9th grade; high school