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Nov_3_LP - Humanities 3 November 3 2008 Observed Lesson...

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Humanities 3 November 3, 2008 Observed Lesson Unit : WWI Topic: Analyzing images in the novel “All Quiet on the Western Front” Essential Question: How did total war change an entire generation of youth during WWI? Standards Reading standards #8 – Understanding a Text 8.33: Analyze patterns of imagery or symbolism and connect them to themes/and or tone and mood. World History II Standards WHII .18 -Summarize the major events and consequences of WWI. A. Physical and economic destruction Objectives : Students will be able to identity imagery in Ch.4 of AQOTWF and expand their understanding of how WWI changed the young men fighting. Assessment : Students will create a descriptive “letter home” demonstrating their experiences on the Western Front. Method/Activity : On page 29 Complete the following D0-Now. Has there ever been a time in your life when your survival was most important? Even to the point of forgetting you were human and just acting on pure impulse? What are the words you would use to describe that
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