Students return to the small groups they established in Lesson 13. Students complete their analyses of a specific stage of culture shock and groups share their work with the class in short presentations.
1. Review Homework Responses
(Review Stage 5. List each of the details of Claudette’s interaction with her mother. How does this interaction develop Claudette’s character?)
2. Lycanthropic Culture Shock Stage Analysis
Present analyses to class / complete any gaps in Stage Analysis Tool for all 5 stages.
3. Answer questions
Answers can be simple phrases, you do not need to use full sentences — I’m primarily assessing your comprehension of the text.
- Who is the original audience of The Jesuit Handbook on Lycanthropic Culture Shock? How do you know?
How do the epigraphs affect the reader’s experience with the text?
4. Short essay response (quick write)
- Lesson 14. Analyze the impact of Russell’s choice to use epigraphs to structure the text.
Include this lesson’s vocabulary wherever possible to develop the topic through the use of well-chosen, relevant, and sufficient evidence. Use your Short Response Rubric and Checklist to guide your written responses. Send in your responses to email@example.com!
Review “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves” and write a paragraph in response to the following prompt:
Select a character from “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves.” How does Russell use physical descriptions to develop this character?
Use this lesson’s vocabulary wherever possible in your written responses. Use the Short Response Rubric and Checklist to guide your written responses.