English Unit & Lesson Plans
Created and Compiled by Janna Nobleza
TGC Capstone Unit Plan on Things Fall Apart:
In my above TGC unit plan for Things Fall Apart an important part of helping students be open-minded and think globally is through class discussions. Here's my discussion guide for Part 1 of the novel:
A PowerPoint I use at the beginning of my unit for Things Fall Apart to prepare the students to become more open-minded.
English worksheet to front load a novel not written from a western perspective:
When teaching American Literature, I always begin my year by talking about the American National Anthem and the message behind it. Here are ways to incorporate other country's national anthems into this lesson. (See attached unit plan and worksheet)
IBDP and IBCC English have specific TOK Literature questions that focus on global education. You too can emphasize these questions in discussions with your juniors and seniors. Jaclyn Cassello and I break these questions up like this:
A project to prepare the students for my travel to India. You can do something similar for your Winter Break or Summer travels.
When you travel, how can you make connections with local teachers? Once you do, use the following form to connect Prosser students to students you meet while traveling!
A Unit Plan for Steinbeck's The Pearl. Even though this is an American novel, this unit plan focuses on seeing Native Americans from a different perspective by using the artwork. (This plan was developed with the Terra Institute workshop.)
World Studies Unit & Lesson Plans
Created and Compiled by Jen Koszyk
TGC Capstone Unit Plan on 20th Century Africa