KLQ: Can I develop my understanding of characters perspectives? (2 to 3…
KLQ: Can I develop my understanding of characters perspectives? (2 to 3 lessons)
Explain the importance of POSTER lesson (12)
Groups work (3/4s)
What was the aim of the Poster Lesson?
Make comparisons with Wonder
Reflect on our own identities
How did the lesson relate to August & wonder?
I.D. is key in Wonder
exploring one's own I.D. is a strong comparison to understanding the charachters in Wonder
Oli Roberts Activity
reasons for empathising with the narrator (10/30)
'Lamb to the slaughter'
board the quote and Abraham's sacrifice - What is the link can you explain it? Researcher - Timer (7 mins) - Presenter
the friction between parents/humour to break mood
the Lying - is it the right thing to do? morals (classroon debate)
laughing at Tushman? Behind his back-side...
look for imagery (fetal position/pillow)
first person narrative & effect (10/52)
otherwise unexplored elements 'the fetal position'
important for Auggie as his perspective is original and we cannot really empathise...only sympathise...discuss the difference.
Alma - perspective exercise (time permitting) (20mins/40)
from 3rd person
looking for evidence that all is not well
why so quiet?
what perspectives available now?
reflect on twist
discuss in 4s
brother looking doll
boy with bike
Chosing one of the perspectives - investigate that charachters' thoughts and unseen journey? The boy on the bike...
reading: ~Focus must be on how all the different characters would feel and why? (5/60) (take2 - 20)
protective, but immature?
panicked use of humour for loss of favor
understanding his need for independence
interesting education - a metaphor for independence
symbolic of her future denial in story?
stds to be in 3s or 4s - characters from reader's perspective- they will then present their findings (1 group only) Timer (8 mins) - Presenter
Charachter interviews as a 4 (talking about how they would feel? then) (15/45)
drawing on previous exercise, now looking at interrogating feeling through interview.. (5)
write from the perspective of Augusts mum about her thoughts on August attending school.
first person narrative and emotive language to communicate clearly, effectively and imaginatively (
board this criteria
firstly charachter interviews as a 4 (talking about how they would feel? then)
mini teach on use of perspectives (plenary)
READ TEXT/analysing en route (30/42)