Theme in Literature Video

Theme in Literature Video
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  • Welcome...Students can...common text...Nemo
  • Topics List topics
  • Topics
  • The author believes that...
  • Students can do this! You don't have to hold their hand or constantly model. First step, finish the common text. Using Nemo. List Topics first.
  • Topics
  • The author believes that...
  • Listing of topics from the common text. 
  • Themes are universal. Not story specific. No Plot, character, author, story elements.
  • Use the sentence stem "The author believes that..." to help students write theme statements.
  • Topics Themes
  • The author believes that...
  • Edit the sentence by removing the sentence stem.
  • The sentences are not the stopping place. Remember themes are are not specific. (Plot, character, author, story elements)
  • Ensure the sentence is grammatically correct and rewrite. Look for textual and life evidence to ensure universality of the theme.
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