Group Discussion Phrases
These are the 180 prompts I actually use in class. It’s a ninth grade course that combines history and language arts. Please let me know if you notice that I messed up any links; there were quite a few.
The assignment: to creatively teach the class about events and motifs in an act from King Lear.
Our artist-in-residence went home last night and made scene puzzles.
I nearly died of joy.
Ping-Pong balls with writing prompts, rewards, or brain breaks. Cool. (fromhttp://bit.ly/QpXnUe)
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In my search for Frankenstein resources, I found this! This list is pretty thorough as far as literature usually taught in high school goes. It ranges from Shakespeare to Orwell to Laurie Halse Anderson. And I just learned that Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower” was inspired by Frankenstein: WIN!
The list notes the songs that have been confirmed as inspiration for a song, but also includes many songs that are just thematically relevant to use as discussion or analysis points.