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Literary Analysis With Animal Farm: Read, Analyze, Write
In this 6-week class, students will discuss, analyze, and write about the novel, Animal Farm.
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50 minutes per class
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In this class, we will thoroughly analyze and discuss the symbolism, characters, and lessons represented in Animal Farm. Students will learn how to find relevant text evidence for their opinions and use this evidence to create a strong, cohesive paragraph and essay. We will discuss allegory, satire, and the historical significance of the novel. I will lead discussions with critical thinking questions about the novel and explain connections between the book and historical figures. ...
Students be able to effectively analyze and write about Animal Farm. Here are the topics I will teach, explain, and discuss with the students in class: *Allegory *Analysis techniques *Assertion and making a claim *Author's purpose *Characterization *Compare/Contrast *Essay format and organization *Perspective and Point-of-View *Plot structure *Propaganda techniques *Satire *Symbolism *Theme *Tone *Using direct quotes in an essay
I have over ten years of experience as an English teacher. I taught this novel and its background significance for five years to ninth and tenth graders in my physical classroom.
Students will have weekly reading homework as well as 3 short homework assignments to complete during the 6-week class. After the class ends, students can send me their final analysis essay to assess. I will provide thorough feedback on all assignments.
Students will need their own copy of Animal Farm. They will also need paper and a pencil for most classes. Access to a printer is recommended as I will include some printable notes and activities.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I will assess the students informally through class discussions and the short writing assignments. I will assess the students more formally with their literary analysis essay. If you would like me to provide a final grade for the essay and/or class as a whole, please let me know during the first week of class.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please read the review of Animal Farm at this website: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/animal-farm
Allyson StanleyCertified and Experienced English Teacher
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204 completed classes
Hi! I teach a variety of English classes for elementary school through high school. I like to use multiple teaching strategies that appeal to all different learning styles in order to make learning fun and interesting. I like to laugh and have...