Daily Lessons for Teaching A Wrinkle in Time

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Lesson 1 (from Chapter 1)

Objective

Chapter 1

The objective of Daily Lesson #1 is for student to be able to explain the genre of the book and the literary value of the opening scene.

Lesson

1. Teacher Lecture: Conduct a lecture on the fantasy/sci fi genre of the novel. Something should be discussed about the trite opening sentence.

2. Class Discussion: Read preselected passage to discuss Meg as a typical pre-adolescent girl (1) thinks she's ugly, (2) hates her hair, (3) thinks everyone is talking bout her, (4) over-reacts to most things.

3. Class Discussion: Read preselect passages to indicate (1) how Charles Wallace is unusual, (2) the seemingly psychic bond between Charles Wallace and Meg.

4. Class Discussion: Read preselected passages to define Meg's interpretation of her mother: (1) beautiful and intelligent, everything Meg thinks she is not; (2) able to think about Mr. Murry without crying.

Homework: Read all of Chapter 1 before next class.

Lesson 2 (from Chapter 1)

Objective

Chapter 1

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