Katie Stewart

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Katie Stewart
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In this unit, student read William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The reading, which is mostly assigned at home with accompanying reading note assignments, is supported by in-class discussion (both whole-class and small-group), analysis of soliloquies,
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This file contains materials for a complete 7-class period unit (90-minute classes) on Zora Neale Hurston's novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. The unit is designed to help students recognize elements of a novel that are worthy of critical analysis,
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In this novel study unit, students read Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice at home, in six pre-designated sections. For nearly each reading section, students are required to write an informal analysis of one quote from the reading section. Each class
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This complete selection of unit materials comprises a 6-day unit of readings and activities to support students’ reading of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. Reading comprehension is supported by teacher guided-reading activities, supportive
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This rich selection of poetry features American and British poetry suited to an AP Literature skill set. Its authors range in time period, and its poems range in subject. This product has 40 specially selected poems, grouped by literary devices
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This lesson introduces students to meter (iamb, trochee, anapest, dactyl) as well as two forms: sonnet and villanelle. While these specifics are part of the learning, the lesson heavily emphasizes critically thinking about how form (with or without
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This lesson is designed to extend students' thinking about diction and tone (2 terms they should be very familiar with) to a higher level of thinking and analysis. Students read and analyze several poems--moving from whole-class work, small group
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All of the units that I am including in this bundle download are also sold separately in my TpT store. Click on the links for information, detailed desciptions, and previews of each one. AP Literature Poetry Packet AP Literature Meter & Form
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This lesson is designed to promote deeper individual student thinking about rhyme, onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, consonance, repetition, and anaphora. In a lesson following the framework of a hook, modeling, guided practice, and independent
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This lesson introduces students to identifying, analyzing, and deepening thinking about symbols and comparisons (metaphor, simile, conceit, allusion) in AP-level poetry. The lesson plan includes scripting and ideas for a whole-class discussion and
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This 24-page packet engages students in using reading strategies to bolster understanding of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. The packet is designed as a help to students reading Les Miserables independently, complete with notes on the text, occasional
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As a summative assessment to my Poetry Unit, students complete an in-class timed write on a sonnet, to assess their mastery of identify and analyzing poetic devices that contribute to a poem's overall meaning. Students then complete a multi-step
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This unit plan is a comprehensive plan for a short AP Literature unit centered on reinforcing analysis skills already learned and building knowledge of sociological analysis as an additional analysis tool. Students will independently read the short
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This unit includes lesson materials to accompany students' independent reading of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles. The unit takes two central focuses: (1) characterization and (2) meaning of the work as a whole. The first several lessons
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This unit plan is a comprehensive plan for a short (3-4 class period) unit centered on reinforcing analysis skills already learned and practicing formal analysis writing. Students will read the short story independently, take a quiz, explore ideas
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Five short reading quizzes for Zora Neal Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God. Quiz questions ask students to identify 3-4 quotes taken from the reading section. The quizzes each cover several chapters of manageable size for students' daily
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This product includes all the resources for AP book groups or literature circles to enrich student breadth of reading. For these book groups, students select a novel with several other classmates, read it outside of class, and participate in three
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This 2-page worksheet guides students through the process of critically responding to a work of art in the voice of a literary character. This activity--high in student engagement--allows students to engage deeply with art and write creatively about
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This is a PDF of a Prezi (also includes the link to use when presenting online). As a pre-reading strategy for The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, it reviews culture and fashion of the 1920s through images, song lyrics, and anecdotes of old
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Designed for AP seniors, this is a truly rigorous Valentine's Day lesson. Students learn about writing style/voice as it pertains to a character in literature (with examples from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Wuthering Heights). After
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

English 9, 10, 11, and 12 Mainstream English, Honors, and AP courses

MY TEACHING STYLE

I try to teach the kind of class I like to be a student in: discussion-driven discovery. Our conversations are text-based, focused on details, and headed toward analysis writing.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

BYU English Student Teacher of the Year, April 2012

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I studied English at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. A semester of study in London and a steady course load of British literature lent itself to a focus and passion for novels and poetry from Chaucer up to Carol Ann Duffy.

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