Parody: An Introduction through Poetry
In exploring examples of parody and writing their own short parodies, students are drawn into a close examination of writers’ form, language, and style.
Reading with Your Pen: Helping Students Interact with Text
Centered on a reproducible “Palette” for responding to a text, this lesson seeks to cultivate active readers, increase comprehension, and help students think about and summarize their reading.
Handout: The "Reading with your Pen" Palette for Annotating Texts
This handout accompanies "Reading with Your Pen: Helping Students Interact with Text" by Ryan Goble.
Interpreting Intertextuality: Analyzing Video Messages
Students interpret and analyze short video clips through structured discussion and writing, developing critical interpretation strategies they can use in the future.
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