Students love to use these materials to create their own cheat sheets
for study before tests, and design their own story settings based on personal interests.
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It’s no secret that when learners link their lives to literature – they gain and retain far more.
What’s less known though, is how they make relevant links between literature and curiosity-building that cultivates meaningful takeaways beyond class.
Learners link here to enjoy and learn from literature
with key takeaways that enhance their lived experiences. Navigate through these brain-friendly (no prep) tasks in step-by-step guides to enjoy Chekhov's story as it relates to learning today.
My students use these mental jump-starts to bring alive Anton Chekhov’s classic story
, The Mistress. The materials are designed to adapt easily to lessons on "short story settings" and they relate without any alterations or edits - to your own lesson content.
Students start by recalling similar experiences to those in the story,
and end by passing a talking stick that allows them to enjoy sharing parts that relate to their unique interests and experiences.
The takeaway? Students come up with personal settings for a story they might write
. They exchange personal insights with peers using the popular talking stick method, just as Inuit leaders in the High Arctic use. Further tasks and answer keys related to a short story setting in 'Flight of the Raven," offer extra help to identify setting's role in creating a story climate.
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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