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Make your Scarlet Letter Unit dynamic with this creative, co-operative learning project. My “3-D Scene Analysis” allows the student to pick apart a scene from this puritanical,supernatural novel, isolate significant literary elements, and present them in an engaging way. The activity is standards based on and it will lead the student team through conversations about characterization, theme, setting, tone, word choice, and mood discourse.
You get: the printable project, list of CCSS that fit, gallery walk form, list of mood and tone words, grading Rubric, character paper dolls, teaching tips, collaboration record, and a list of themes.
I feel like I've created a wonderful trick; a project that gets the kids building and creating--while covering all the Common Core Standards.
This activity allows the tactile learner to cut, glue, and manipulate characters and text. They are literally building the scene from Fitzgerald’s description. The visual learner will relish the opportunity to give the characters a “face” and let the scene become three dimensional.
Students will isolate the language in the text and explore its literary significance. They will show direct links between sections of the text and demonstrate cohesion. They will create a physical representation of the author’s purpose.
The photographic samples are from my Romeo and Juliet Unit.
“Unorthodox and I got to move”
"I love this."
“Make more tests like the diorama.”
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