About This Chapter
Who's it for?
This unit of our 9th Grade English Homeschool course will benefit homeschool parents by providing them with:
- New ways to teach the concepts in this course
- Strategies to engage students during the learning process
- Recommended activities and discussion questions to pair with lessons
How it works:
This helpful collection of homeschool resources offers homeschool parents relevant tools to make planning lessons easy.
- Integrate these resources into your educational routine to vary instruction and engage your child.
- Reference our materials as inspiration for your lesson plans, activities, and assignments.
1. Irony Lesson Plan
Isn't it ironic? Well, sometimes it isn't. Teach students what irony is and isn't, as well as the three types of irony, using this lesson plan. Students will watch an engaging video and then work to identify irony in samples.
2. Allegory Lesson Plan
Do your students know that allegories can tell a story with a message and have a wide variety of formats? If not, use this video-based lesson to guide them through types of allegories and how they're used, then have them apply knowledge with an engaging activity.
3. The Odyssey Lesson Plan
Teaching Homer's 'The Odyssey' can be challenging. Simplify it with the help of this lesson plan, which includes a video lesson aimed at summarizing the plot and an activity focused on the themes of the poem.
4. Night by Elie Wiesel Lesson Plan
Elie Wiesel's novel 'Night' is a powerful work loaded with literary aspects. Help students deepen understanding with this lesson plan featuring multiple areas of focus, including theme, characters, and literary devices.
5. Animal Farm Lesson Plan
With this lesson plan and materials from Study.com, you'll have everything you need to help your students understand the symbolism and hidden message behind ''Animal Farm''.
6. To Kill A Mockingbird Lesson Plan
This lesson plan on 'To Kill a Mockingbird' will help students better understand one of the most famous works by the late Harper Lee and its criticism of life in the South.
7. Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Lesson Plan
This lesson plan requires students to choose important quotes from the play to build a body biography that will help them understand how writers develop characterization through dialogue.
8. Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Lesson Plan
This lesson plan uses the Say Something strategy to build reading confidence and ability with a difficult text. Students will work on summarizing Act II of Romeo and Juliet, understanding plot structure, and learning the role of suspense in drama.
9. Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Lesson Plan
Help your students gain a deeper understanding of Act 3 of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet with these study guides. An activity allows students to update this classic work of literature.
10. Romeo and Juliet Act 4 Lesson Plan
In Act IV of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet plots to escape her destiny with the help of Friar Laurence. This lesson plan helps to show your students how Shakespeare used the excitement felt by Lord Capulet as a balance to the despair of Juliet, and how tragedy can hide in the shadows of excitement.
11. Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Lesson Plan
The play 'Romeo and Juliet' is a classic unit in teaching literature, though Shakespearean works can present a unique set of challenges. Use this lesson plan to guide your instruction of Act 5 of the play, making use of text lessons and an engaging activity that allows students to become experts on scenes.
12. The Raven Lesson Plan
This lesson plan and accompanying activity will help your students understand the role of The Raven in American Literature and also as Dark Romantic poetry.
13. Argumentative Essay Lesson Plan
Of all the writing styles, it can be extremely advantageous to students to master the argumentative essay. Use this Study.com lesson plan to teach students elements and format. View samples, then allow students to give it a try.
14. Primary & Secondary Sources Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to guide your instruction on the difference between primary and secondary source documents. View examples in the video lesson, compare, then allow students to give it a try on their own.
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Other chapters within the 9th Grade English: Homeschool Curriculum course
- 9th Grade English: Speaking & Listening Skills
- 9th Grade English: Reading Skills Review
- 9th Grade English: Reading Skills
- 9th Grade English: Literary Text Analysis Review
- 9th Grade English: Literary Text Analysis
- 9th Grade English: Literary Terms & Devices Review
- 9th Grade English: Literary Terms & Devices
- Short Stories: Cask of Amontillado, Most Dangerous Game, Scarlet Ibis
- Epic & Myth: The Odyssey & Perseus and Medusa
- Novel Exemplars: Night & Animal Farm
- Drama: To Kill a Mockingbird & Romeo and Juliet
- Poetry: Hope is the Thing with Feathers, The Raven & In Just
- Nonfiction Texts: Gettysburg Address & Washington's Farewell
- 9th Grade English: Media & Art Analysis
- 9th Grade English: Word Choice & Tone
- 9th Grade English: Writing Skills Review
- 9th Grade English: The Writing Process
- 9th Grade English: Argumentative Reading & Writing
- 9th Grade English: Informative & Technical Writing
- 9th Grade English: Narrative Writing
- 9th Grade English: Research Skills
- 9th Grade English: Homeschool Assignments & Projects
- Homeschool Resources for Animal Farm
- Homeschool Resources for To Kill a Mockingbird
- Homeschool Resources for Romeo and Juliet