The House

on

Mango Street

By:

Sandra Cisneros

The House on Mango Street by: Sandra Cisneros

$210 for 7 weeks

 

Teacher

Marlene Liotti

Ages

14 - 18 years old

   

Sessions

 

Session 1: House on Mango Street Background

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will read up on the author’s background, characterization, motif, setting, inference, sequence of events, voice, and point of view to gain a point of reference before reading the novel.

HOMEWORK

Read pages 3 to 18 in The House on Mango Street.

Session 2: House on Mango Street Part 1

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will investigate the author’s style to understand motif, symbol, theme, conflict, and enhanced meaning.

HOMEWORK

Read pages 19 to 32 in The House on Mango Street.

Session 3: House on Mango Street Part 2

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will examine the novel in search of symbolism, motif, setting, character, and theme development.

HOMEWORK

Read pages 33 to 57 in The House on Mango Street.

Session 4: House on Mango Street Part 3

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will examine theme, internal conflict, and plot.
Students will inspect quotations and boil down information

HOMEWORK

Read pages 58 to 75 in The House on Mango Street.

 

Session 5: House on Mango Street Part 4

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will look at foreshadowing and characterization.
Students will analyze descriptive language.

HOMEWORK

Read pages 76 to 91 in The House on Mango Street.

Session 6: House on Mango Street Part 5

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will investigate motif, style, how to use figurative language, internal conflict, symbolism in poetry, and the theme self-identity.

HOMEWORK

Read pages 92 to 109 in The House on Mango Street.

Session 7: House on Mango Street Part 6

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will look at different genres to discover universal theme.
Students will examine theme, plot, decipher dialogue, style, setting, and character development

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