In Bill Gates’ vision of the classrooms of the future, students are grouped according to skill set. One cluster huddles around a computer terminal, playing an educational game or working on a simulator. Another works with a human teacher getting direct instruction, while another gets a digital lesson delivered from their teacher’s avatar.
This is a 13-page introduction to teaching literary criticism. Included are: Teacher Notes on literary criticism definitions, definitions for key terms relative to Reader-Response and Feminist Criticism, Questions students can use as guiding principals, a Feminist Criticism Exercise, and a quiz to determine predisposed students' positions regarding Reader-Response theory.
Modes of Literary Criticism: This printable list quickly and easily describes eleven of the methods of literary criticism, including feminism, reader-response, subjective, and structural criticism. These are definitions only, meant to be a quick and easy guide for literary novices to criticism. Grades 6-12. $