Sara Kraiter

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Sara Kraiter
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​Words, in my humble opinion, are the most inexhaustible source of magic we have. -Albus Dumbledore
 
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After reading "A Modest Proposal," I have students complete this worksheet to practice analyzing satire and social commentary. I use this during my English 10 unit for Fahrenheit 451.
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This worksheet identifies different motifs or themes within The Crucible. Students are then asked to identify different characters that help develop that motif or theme, explain their answer, and then discuss the social commentary that character
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This worksheet goes along with Plato's "Allegory of the Cave" and is designed to help students connect it to Montag's story in F-451.
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Show the Clint Smith "Danger of Silence" TED Talk and then have students practice their deep thinking skills by completing this worksheet. I use this as a prior knowledge activity for The Crucible.
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I pair this unit with Fahrenheit 451. It has students research 2 banned or challenged books and discuss why banning books is dangerous to society, or why it can be a good thing.
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This is a study guide for the entire play, separated by act.
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A PowerPoint containing each major character with questions for students to answer. I print these out and have each person complete each character to make their own flash cards.
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Separate the class into 4 groups of 4-5. Each group gets a die. When the student rolls that number, they need to answer that prompt. Have them take about 2 minutes at each station and then switch.
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This worksheet has a list of important quotations for The Crucible. It asks students to identify who the speaker is just from context clues and then explain why the quotation is significant. I typically review these answers with a Kahoot! or a
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This worksheet will have students practice finding protagonist, antagonist, thematic statements, foreshadowing, similes, metaphors, personification, symbols, point of view, plot pyramid elements, and conflict. It also requires them to be able to
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This worksheet is aligned to both The Crucible by Arthur Miller and the TED Talk by Clint Smith: "The Danger of Silence." I use this as prior knowledge to help students better understand just why no one in the community speaks out against Abigail.
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Students work as a small group to modernize and summarize the major events of Acts IV and V in a storyboard format.
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This worksheet asks students to analyze different metaphors found in The Crucible. I usually assign this as homework and then use it as a basis for a discussion the next day.
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Questions analyze themes, characters, and language used in Act III to further develop the story. I typically use these questions as a literature circle guide.
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This is a compilation of 5 different roles to assign to student literature circles. Roles include a discussion leader, important quotations explained, literary elements, a theme logger, and a cartographer. Each worksheet takes students about 10
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A paragraph-writing tool for literary analysis
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Students will study the dramatic comedy genre as a whole, using The Importance of Being Earnest as its dominant text. In addition to reading this play, students will participate in a close reading study of a one act of their choosing, view two film
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