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Teaching Symbolism written by: The Old Man and the Sea is about a fishing trip gone bad. The Great Gatsby is about a weekend party gone bad. The American flag is a red, white, and blue piece of cloth.
Teaching symbolism will eliminate stupid answers like these. After the fourteenth consecutive D- I realized nobody understood the broader meaning of the novel. I had failed in teaching symbolism. As a punishment, I hanged myself in effigy from the ceiling. I used a rolling chair. It darted out from under me.
I fell on my head, received a third degree concussion, and lay unconscious.
When I awoke, John Steinbeck stood over me, called me Lennie, pulled out a gun, and shot me, not with a bullet, but with a teaching symbolism lesson plan and strategies. I share it with you. Take notes where applicable: Symbolism allows people to communicate beyond the limits of language.
Humans use symbolism all the time. Words themselves are mere symbols for something else. A symbol is a person, place, or object that stands for something beyond itself. National, religious, and cultural symbols have standard interpretations as well as a personal significance for each individual.
For example, the American flag symbolizes the United States of America.
The personal significance, however, varies. A terrorist, on the other hand, finds it despicable. A billionaire considers it chump change.
A beggar considers it an elusive treasure. This is an excellent exercise for teaching symbolism: Choose a well known religious, national, or cultural symbol write a half paragraph analyzing its meaning.
Include the standard meaning along with a personal interpretation and a personal interpretation from someone else. The personal nature of the assignment makes it excellent for a paragraph challenge.
A literary symbol gains its meaning from the context of a literary work and often changes as the work develops. Look for references to concrete objects and analyze whether they could be symbols.
Pay special attention to objects named in the title. Make a two-column chart. In the left column, write down the concrete object.
In the right column, write what it may symbolize. Pay special attention to objects or places accompanied by a lengthy description, repetition, or special placement.Liven up your lit class for grades 8 thru 12 with hip-hop videos about Hamlet, Huck Finn, The Scarlet Letter and more!
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