Daily Lessons for Teaching The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg

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Objective: The aim of this lesson is to examine the students' expectations of the book.

1) 1. Class discussion. What do the students expect from the book? Why do they expect these things to happen?

2. Brainstorm Mark Twain's past works with the students. What are about the books about? Do they share similar themes? Divide the students into pairs and assign them each a book to research. On their return, discuss the students' expectations from THE MAN THAT CORRUPTED HADLEYBURG.

3. With the students look at the questions that Mark Twain asks in the opening chapter of the novel. Divide the students into pairs and ask the students to write down five questions Twain poses in the opening chapter. After ten minutes, ask the students to swap their work with another pairs and provide solutions to the questions. After fifteen minutes compare the student's ideas and for each one ask...

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