It may be useful to let students know about the setting of the novel, Song of Solomon, and that Morrison was writing about an African-American neighborhood in Michigan in the s. You are not confined to writing a vignette with a serious tone— your tone may be light, humorous, sarcastic, positive… your name, your choice!
Ask students if they would add any column headers based on their readings of both texts and the class discussions.
Add column headers as appropriate and modify name placement if needed. What activities or exercises will students complete to reinforce the concepts and skills developed in the lesson? Other name vignette examples: We then read two additional examples of name vignettes which I will post below.
It means common, it means ordinary. At school my teachers would call me Madelyn, and I would be embarrassed. How will the teacher present the concept or skill to students? I may have inherited a name, but I am still my own person. Pass out copies of excerpt from Song of Solomon and have students read the text silently.
Discuss student answers as a class. Tell students to mark underline, highlight, circle, etc… words and phrases that evoked visual images in their minds.
Use evidence from the text to support your response. Allow students about 10 minutes to explore their names or other names on the following links, or do so as a class: We analyzed and discussed the structure and elements Cisneros included in her vignette stylistic fragments, similes, metaphors.
Provide an in-depth overview of the Narrative Writing Assignment by going over the assignment sheet and providing students with the rubric. Students will complete an exit slip where they select two or three names from the chart and explain the rationale for how they categorized the names.
What should students know and be able to do as a result of this lesson? What prior knowledge should students have for this lesson? Literary analysis throughout the lesson guides students to examine how Sandra Cisneros and Toni Morrison convey ideas about the significance of names and the relationship to personal experiences and identity.
Helping Seniors Say Goodbye. Continue to discuss each column header and ask questions and provide explanations about how each header could relate to how a nickname originates. A theme is a complex and original revelation about life that is usually unstated, yet it is vital.
Very different women, but both very strong women. General Lesson Plan Learning Objectives: Explain whether Esperanza prefers the English pronunciation or Spanish pronunciation of her name. Have students silently read "My Name.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized on. If you have access to interactive whiteboard, students could add their answers to a class organizer. Some related concepts in the lesson are: The following link shows Carol Tomlinson, a differentiated instruction DI scholar, explaining DI to a group of teachers.
Explain that the assignment will be to categorize as many names from both texts into the appropriate column. Some cultures have special traditions when naming a person. Maybe God just reached into a sack and pulled a name out, just like that, as if it were as easy as deciding which pencil to write with.
It might be a character, an event in your life, a setting or an observation. My Granma Madelyn was taken from me too early—she was only 52, and I was only I still have her laugh and her fashion sense.
What is the significance of handing down a name in a family from generation to generation?Writing; Grammar “My Name” from The House On Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros. advertisement. Paige Baker English 9 Text: The House On Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros Lesson topic(s) and/or Essential Question(s)/Essential Understandings Standards What standards will be addressed by this lesson?
the ideas of home and. Opening: Read My Name by Sandra Cisneros (taken from House on Mango Street). Introduction to New Material: Ask guiding questions during reading.
1 What is the ethnic origin of Esperanza’s name? 2 Who gave Esperanza her name name? “My Name” by Sandra Cisneros from The House on Mango Street In English my name means hope. In Spanish it means too many letters.
It means sadness, it means waiting. It is like the number nine. What's In A Name?: A Curriculum Unit Analyzing Identity in Multicultural Literature Toni Morrison, Sandra Cisneros, narrative essay, identity, theme. Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Assessment.
Resource Collection: CPALMS Lesson. “My Name” by Sandra Cisneros from The House on Mango Street In English my name means hope.
In Spanish it means too many letters. They will engage the reader with lively writing that employs figurative language. Related Interests. Documents Similar To My Name Assignment. novel notes - caleb velasquez per 3.
Uploaded by. api. The directions for this assignment, along with “My Name” by Sandra Cisneros, can be downloaded HERE. Remember– we are using Cisneros’ vignette for inspiration and structure, but you may deviate as you see fit!Download