Daily Lessons for Teaching The Belle of Amherst

William Luce
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Lesson 1 (from Act 1, Section 1)

Objective

Act 1, Section 1

The students will be able to draw conclusions from their reading.

Lesson

• Have the students discuss in pairs/triads why Emily is the only character in this play.

• Have the students write a paragraph describing the members of Emily's family as seen through Emily's eyes.

• Hold a class discussion where the students will need to draw conclusions as to the events which lead to Emily's changes in attitudes and remembrances.

Homework

Have the students write what they believe is the significance of the tea and cake for Emily.

Challenge

Have the students draw comparisons between a party they have been to and the way this play opens.

Lesson 2 (from Act 1, Section 1)

Objective

Act 1, Section 1

The students will be able to identify essential and nonessential information.

Lesson

Possible Activities:

• Have the students write a paragraph describing which information in this act is essential and which is nonessential. They...

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