The following inquiry questions are the basis of study for this unit. At the end of this unit you will complete a meta-cognitive project that consists of your original answers and your new answers to these questions. You will support your new answers with textual evidence gained as we analyze and grapple with new texts.
This is an on-going assignment that will be due at the end of the unit, but you must complete each portion on time, as assigned. In order to submit your work, you will need to:
Unit 1: Basic Concepts
Unit Title: Hero or Nah?
Key Concept: Perspective
Related Concepts: Character and Context
Global Context: Fairness and Development- Justice, Peace, and Conflict Management
Statement of Inquiry: Character and context dictate perspectives of justice, peace, and conflict mangament
Inquiry Questions: Original Assignment
Inquiry Questions: What Makes a Hero 8/24/17
Please answer the following questions in a different color. Make sure to provide textual evidence. Also make sure that you use one of the answer frames from the "They Say/ I Say" handout before or after your textual evidence. Finally, make sure that you provide an explanation as to why your quote answers the question.
Well hello there, friends! It's me, Ms. Davis, your friendly British Literature teacher who is into all things nerdy! Actually, I just love to learn, so don't be surprised when I expect the same from you. Literature is an avenue to multiple perspectives...that is to say that no matter the text we read in class, there will always be something you could learn that will interest you. You just have to be willing to look down that avenue and further explore the perspectives in which you have interest.