Intro to Fiction Analysis
Aug 19-23
11;15-1:15
ECP Centre in Central
Aug 12-16
11:15-1:15
ECP Centre in Central
July 29-Aug 2
11:15-1:15
ECP Centre in Central
July 15-19
9:15-11:15
ECP Centre in Central
July 2-5
2:30-4:30
ECP Centre in Central
Overview
Learning to read fiction texts carefully is an important skill as students read more complex texts across all subjects. In this introduction to textual analysis, students learn to identify a writer’s purpose and begin to analyse the techniques and strategies that a writer employs to achieve his or her purpose. Students will develop the skills and confidence to share their analysis of texts in group discussions, as well as in structured paragraph responses and simple essays.
Learning objectives
  • Develop close reading and analysis skills
  • Identify literary techniques used by authors
  • Consider the purpose of authors’ use of techniques
  • Learn and apply clear paragraph and essay structure
  • Select strong quotations from the text to support an argument
  • Revise writing for precision and clarity
  • Understand appropriate formality for literary responses and essays
Skill-Building

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7
Sessions
5
For children aged
10 to 12
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