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TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School

TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
TEXT EVIDENCE / CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE Prompt - Symbolism - High School
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2 MB|41 Slides (PowerPoint), Lesson Plan 4 Pgs, Helpful Hints WS 2 Pgs, Student WS 5 Pgs, Literary Text 4
Product Description
*Text Dependent Analysis
*Text Evidence Citation
*Constructed Response
*Text Evidence in Writing
*The Open Window by Saki
*The Open Window Text Evidence Writing Prompt
*Thesis Statement Development
*Brainstorming Section
*How to Write a Text Evidence Essay Tutorial

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SMARTBoard users will find interactive slides, while PowerPoint users can project the slides onto a regular white board and have the students use regular dry erase pens for brainstorming and thesis statement development.

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This is Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay Prompt

The Open Window by Saki -

Symbolism can take different forms. Generally, it is an object representing something else to give it an entirely different meaning that is deeper and more significant from its literal meaning. Sometimes, however, an action, an event or a spoken word may have a symbolic value. For instance, “smile” is a symbol of friendship. There are both obvious and subtle symbols in Saki's sardonic story about the vulnerability of people.

Write an essay discussing the use of symbolism in “The Open Window” by Saki. Provide specific examples of what each symbol is and what it represents. Use evidence from the text to support your claims.

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This The Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay lesson comes complete with:

Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay Lesson Plan which includes:

• Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan
• Instructional Focus
• Instructional Procedures
• Objectives/Goals
• Direct Instruction
• Guided Practice
• Enrichment
• Differentiation
• ESE Strategies
• ELL Strategies
• I Can Statement
• Essential Question

Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay Student Worksheet includes:

• Prompt
• Rubric
• Brainstorming Section
• Thesis Statement Development
• How to Write a Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay Tutorial

Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay Helpful Hints Worksheet includes:

• Review of Concepts Discussed in PowerPoint
• Key Vocabulary and Terms

The Open Window by Saki Text

Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay PowerPoint Presentation includes:

• Introduction slide with prompt (interactive for students to identify key vocabulary)
• Brainstorming slide (interactive for students to list ideas)
• Standard and Implied Thesis Development Slides
• Checklist slide
• How to Write a Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Essay Tutorial

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The lessons in the High School Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Writing Prompts Unit include:

Link-High School – Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Writing Prompt – Character Analysis

Link-High School – Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Writing Prompt – Personal Opinion

Link-High School – Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Writing Prompt – Identifying Irony

Link-High School – Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Writing Prompt – Theme

Link-High School – Textual Evidence / Constructed Response Writing Prompt – Symbolism


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Total Pages
41 Slides (PowerPoint), Lesson Plan 4 Pgs, Helpful Hints WS 2 Pgs, Student WS 5 Pgs, Literary Text 4
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