Objective: I can read a passage from Middlemarch by George Eliot and "It's a Woman's World" by Eavan Boland and discuss my interpretation of both then supplement that interpretation by re-viewing each with a critical lens. Agenda:
Entry Task: MC#4
Read aloud Middlemarch passage and annotate as you go
Write your initial response on the back of the page
Read aloud "It's a Woman's World" and annotate as you go
Write your initial response on the bottom of the page
As a class, discuss our initial interpretations of the passage and poem.
What are the similarities/differences?
What stands out to you?
What do the prompts reveal about what we should take away from the passage and poem?