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Lesson Plans: Projects list for A Tale of Two Cities (Senior, Literature)
Materials Required: none Activity Time: 2 weeks Concepts Taught: Covers Multiple Intelligence levels for comprehending the concepts of the book I am a first year teacher, and have found that if I could have found information like this, it would have made my life easier. These are project ideas that I created for A Tale of Two Cities to have my students show their understanding of the French and American Revolutions and the condition of the government at the time.
I hope that this will help someone in their first year, or a veteran who has been at this for a long time. I have my students contract for the grade that they want to receive, but if time does not permit them to complete the projects as they contracted, I am leinient. These projects may be altered at the teacher's disgression, and have fun!!
The following must be included in each card: Apology - must include a letter from one of the characters to the other one stating the reason for the apology. This letter must be separate from the card itself, and must be at least 75 words in length hand written. Love - in this story, there are many different love situations to write about. You will need to have two cards totally different in content and design. You must include a letter for each card, separate from the cards themselves. These letters may be placed in the cards, but must be 75 words in length.
Must be an original card, at least 75 words in length in the letter. Sympathy - in this story, there are many different situations that could require these types of cards.
Letters must be at least 75 words in length hand written. Friendship - must include a letter from one of the characters to another. The letter must be separate from the card itself and must be at least 75 words in length and hand written. An "A" grade will consist of all seven cards and all seven detailed letters.
Create a newspaper for the book including all of the major events that happen. You will need a title for the newspaper and it will have a newspaper layout. This means that when you are finished, your paper should be as large as a real newspaper.
Each article should be at least 60 words in length. This project is at your discretion and you may choose the events to write about. This project must look like a real newspaper completed with NOT just the articles alone!! An "A" grade will consist of a title for the paper, the newspaper layout and all nine articles with dates. A "B" grade will consist of an "A" grade with only 7 articles. A "C" grade will consist of an "A" grade with only 5 articles.
Build a model of the Bastille as described in the book. This model must include a cross section model and a blueprint of the prison. In the center of the Bastille, there should be a method of execution, and there should be prisoners in the jail cells. A research paper will accompany the model and blueprint.
The paper will research the Bastille and must have at least 2 references with words minimum in length. An "A" grade will consist of the model, the blueprint and the paper with words minimum. A "B" grade will consist of the model and the paper with words. A "C" grade will consist of the model and the blueprint 4.
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A Tale of Two Cities Study Guide Questions & Answers Book the
Adult Education. CCSS Math. English Language Arts. Foreign Language. Social Studies - History. History World History. For All Subject Areas. See All Resource Types. After teaching A Tale of Two Cities for several years, I finally put together everything for you to use!
Bundle includes:- Calendar day by day instructions - Literary Analysis Journal assignment with rubric and student example - Introduction Prez. English Language Arts , Literature.
Add to cart. Wish List. These are six quizzes on segments of the novel, ranging in length from ten to fourteen questions each, for a total of 72 items. All my quizzes are designed to be fair but challenging also. They are also designed to be easy to correct. All answers, naturally, are provided. A Tale of Two Cities is an.
PDF Lesson Plan #4: A Tale of Two Cities
English Language Arts , English , Literature. Examinations - Quizzes. Works great as a pre-reading or anticipation activity, or perhaps as something to use after the story as a review or reflection exercise. Includes 10 key issues that students have to take a. Fun Stuff , Novel Study , Minilessons. Solving problems require evidence based reasoning and the use of context clues. Examinations - Quizzes , Test Prep , Assessment.
Earlier version had renumbering problems owing, in part, to document translators. They have been corrected. Zip file contains. This version of the study guide is not minutely detailed. It is twelve pages long, followed by twelve pages of answer keys and explanatory no.