The Odyssey: Discovering Literature Series - Challenging Level

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The Discovering Literature Series is designed to develop a student’s appreciation for good literature and to improve reading comprehension. At the Challenging Level, we focus on a variety of reading strategies that help students construct meaning from their experience with literature as well as make connections between their reading and the rest of their lives. The strategies reflect the demands of each literature selection.

In these study guides, we will focus on beginning a book, setting and mood, irony, plot structure, foreshadowing and flashback, characterization, forming hypotheses, evaluating a book, plot conflict, point of view, inferencing, rereading, theme, narration, and the genre of dystopias.

Each chapter analysis is organized into three basic elements: Journal and Discussion Topics, Chapter Vocabulary, and Chapter Summary.

Other features include Strategy Pages to increase students’ understanding of strategies to enhance their comprehension of literature; Testing at the end of each chapter grouping, and Writer’s Forum for students’ to write in a variety of genres relating to the text.

This 75-page teaching guide includes an answer key.


Table of Contents

About the Organization of This Literature Guide

• The Groupings of Literature
• Strategy Pages
• Testing
• Writer’s Forum Pages
• Answer Pages

Introducing the Literature

• Sample Lesson Plan
Bibliography
 
• Strategy 1: Genre—Epic
• Strategy 2: Translations
• Strategy 3: Background—The Historical Troy
• Strategy 4: Homer’s Mythology
• Strategy 5: Beginning a Book
Introduction to the Translation of Robert Fagles
Introduction to the Translation of Robert Fitzgerald
Introduction to the Translation of Richmond Lattimore
Introduction to the Translation of W.H. D. Rouse
Book 1:
• Strategy 6: Plot—Beginning/ Middle/End/Strategy
• Strategy 7: References and Allusions—The Story of Agamemnon
Book 2:
• Strategy 8: Setting—Real and Imaginary Places
Book 3:
Book 4:
Test 1: Books 1-4
Book 5:
• Strategy 9: The Hero’s Journey
• Writer’s Forum: Persuasion
Book 6:
• Strategy 10: Similes and Metaphors
Book 7:
• Strategy 11: Characterization
Book 8:
Test 2: Books 5-8
Book 9:
• Strategy 12: Cross-Cultural Parallels—Fin MacCumhail
Book 10:
Book 11:
• Strategy 13: Plot Elements
Book 12:
• Strategy 14: Theme
Test 3: Books 9-12
Book 13:
• Writer’s Forum: Description
Book 14:
Book 15:
Book 16:
Test 4: Books 13-16
Book 17:
• Strategy 15: Irony
Book 18:
Book 19:
• Writer’s Forum: Anecdote
Book 20:
Test 5: Books 17-20
Book 21:
• Strategy 16: Foreshadowing and Flashback
Book 22:
Book 23:
• Strategy 17: Character Traits
Book 24:
• Writer’s Forum: Compare and Contrast a Book and a Movie
Test 6: Books 21-24
Answer Pages
 
 

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