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Identity, Love and Friendship – Moderna språk Lagaholmsskolan

Introduction Watch the video: What is love? We are going to analyze different aspects of love in the following weeks. You will read the popular novel ”The Perks of Being a Wallflower” by Stephen Chbosky. We will also have a look at Shakespeare and his works. 1. Read: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (e-book) Part 1: Pages 1-42 Who do you think Charlie is writing to? Tea and consent (video) / Dear Dad (video) 11. Vocabulary 1 Vocabulary 2 Part 2 2. Vocabulary 3 Discussion1 : Dear Agony aunt, Advice (read the piece of advice you gave) Discussion 2: Expectations ”I asked my brother if Kelly was unconventionally beautiful. The science of attraction (video)Charlie´s sister and brother have an argument about how girls think they should act to fit in society. The masks we all wear (Video) Gender equality (video) Redefine yourself. 3. “I am starting to see a real trend in the kind of books Bill gives me to read. 4. Choose one radio program and listen to it. 5. 5.

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Sara Bruuns klassrum: The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Part 1 The book we will work with for the next few weeks is called: "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and the author is Stephen Chbosky. When you have watched the trailer above - discuss with your neighbour what you think the book will be about. Have you ever heard the word "Wallflower"? What do you think the word means? Take a look at the statements below. Talk to your neighbour about them and take notes if you agree or disagree with the statement.

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower Teacher's Guide.pdf The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Teacher’s Guide for the unabridged audiobook Introductory Material 11 Essay Phrases to Outlaw - WeAreTeachers - WriteToLearn Classroom Poster: Phrases to Outlaw in Students' Writing Ask any teacher who has ever spent every single minute of a beautiful weekend grading student essays and he or she will tell you this: In the garden that is student writing, certain “weeds” pop up again and again, and yes, again. Every year, teachers work hard to eradicate these should-be-outlawed phrases, yet still they persist. So we decided to make a list of the worst offenders. We asked middle- and high-school teachers: “What are the phrases in student writing that make you cringe, wail, and gnash your teeth?” From hundreds of responses, we narrowed it down to a carefully chosen list of Outlawed Words and Phrases. Download it now, and put to use with your students.

Pause, Play, Repeat: Using Pause Procedure in Online Microlectures We all know the classic thought experiment involving a tree falling in the woods, but have you heard the one about online lecturing: If a faculty member posts a microlecture video to the LMS, and students view it, has learning occurred? While we may never know if a falling tree makes a sound, we can determine whether students are engaging with our microlectures by applying the principles of pause procedure. Pause procedure incorporates many of the best practices when it comes to online and active learning, including creating instructor presence, emphasizing metacognition, and aligning with outcomes-based learning. Lesson Running Effective Book Talk Groups Daily schedule After sharing the daily expectations for group time and sharing which two groups I will be with today, students break into their groups and the discussion director begins the discussion and the secretary checks their paperwork for completeness and for accuracy. Students share their responses to the main idea, problem, message and predictions practicing the TPS The 4 Ls Students share parts of their book that they found interesting, share confusing vocabulary or passages, talk about what they like and don’t like, and relate parts of the story to their lives. On some discussion days I also give students Literature Circle discussion card questions to include in their discussion.

Commas in English, English comma rules - Writing English The main rule for the use of commas in English is: Keep your sentences clear. Too many commas might be distracting; too few might make the text difficult to read and understand. Always check your texts on readability. The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning Entry and exit tickets are short prompts that can provide instructors with a quick student diagnostic. These exercises can be collected on 3”x5” cards or small pieces of paper, or online through a survey or course management system. Entry tickets focus student attention on the day’s topic or ask students to recall background knowledge relevant to the day’s lesson. Example: Daily Lesson Plans - Self-discovery in The Perks of Being a Wallflower Essential Questions Overarching: What makes up one’s identity?What does growing up mean?

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Discussion Questions Discussion Questions1. Why do you think Charlie wants to remain anonymous? Have there been times when you wish you could have, or did? 2. Would you be friends with Charlie? Why or why not?