Think and Discuss: Urban Legends
Students will listen to an urban legend and answer teacher written questions in small groups to share with their peers.
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Students will learn to answer prompt-based questions about urban legends that they listen to each week. The legends are told orally, visually, or even with stuffed animals. Topics will include plot, conflict, and climax of a story. Each time class meets they will be exposed to a new story and then work in break out rooms to discuss prompt-based questions. Each student will be responsible to share out answers to at least one question. The teacher will help to structure answers with the...
Students will be able to answer why and how questions in relation to narrative structure.
Paper and pencil necessary for remembering answers.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Urban legends will be told with sensitivity but please note that there are violent acts, supernatural figures, gross-outs, weapons, and death. Violent acts will be minimalized.
Gregarious Story Crafter
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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108 completed classes
“Being like everybody is the same as being nobody” Rod Serling. I am always trying to learn as much as I can about the world around me, specifically English or Literature. I also have a dedicated passion for mythology. Teaching chose me years...