I have had so much fun these past few weeks, and I think The Glass Menagerie was an awesome play for us to read and study. Thank you for letting me try new things and become a better teacher—I feel like we learned a lot together. The files that I have attached here are the graded work for the unit, and below are the directions:
1) Anticipation Guide: For each statement, tell whether you agree or disagree by marking an A or a D on the line. Then provide one or two sentences explaining your choice. Be prepared to defend your answers.
2) As You Watch/Read: Read from scenes 1-3 and answer the questions in complete sentences
3) Sketch a Scene: Pick one image from the play and draw it.
Ex: The dining room, fire escape, characters, symbols (glass menagerie, typewriter)
4) Relationship Sketch: For each arrow you must have 2 sentences. One sentence must be a line from the play and the other is your interpretation. How do these characters relate to one another?
What is their relationship?
How do you know?
5) 442 #1: 442 Scene 4
6) Paragraph “Easter Activity”: Write one paragraph (5 sentences about one of the questions)
7) Most Critical Moment: Identify the critical moments (1st box = quote) of the play and explain how they function to the meaning of the work as a whole. (2nd box = explanation of important quote)
8) “As You Read #2”: Write down one question about scene 6
9) Memory Play: **See “Tips” paper next to assignment, and remember the Memory Play cover sheet
10) Sketch a Symbol: Pick 3 symbols. In the first box, find a quote in the play that talks about the symbol. In the second box, explain what that object symbolizes. What does it represent/stand for—NOT what does it do.
**Put your name on all activities!!!
*** If you have not turned in / have missing grades for the symbol station activity or previous learning logs, talk to me