This unit attempts to lay the groundwork for the quest narrate give ninth graders more comprehensive knowledge of an imp style that they will-?and have already-?encountered often during of their English literature studies. The unit plan begins by cover studying basic elements of the quest narrative model, and cull the students writing a personal narrative piece in the model of narrative.
In the middle of the unit, we have left the day-to-day lesson plan open-ended. Since this unit does not contain a central text, it is discretion of the instructor to choose a text (or texts) that can t this unit plan. The text(s) that you choose will depend on a cool how long you want to spend on this unit, and what texts you w students to read. The lessons that we have mapped out without text in mind are sufficient to cover about two weeks of class tin to include a few short stories in the middle to work with as des materials, this unit could be extended by a week.
If you wanted eke The Odyssey in conjunction with this unit, the unit could be three weeks. And so on. Many texts from many genres fit well I narrative model, so the literary world is at your fingertips. In the unit is very open-ended, and we like that. We have included some quick-write activities to be used through to help students think about their own lives in the quest narrate to further help them make the transition from studying the cuff an established text or film to writing a personal narrative babul lives in the quest narrative model.