Setting and Conflict-Connected

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    Learning Objectives Students will: 1. Know the importance of time and place to understanding conflictterms: setting (time and place), conflict (internal and external), allusion (reference to historical time period, work of art, another text…) 2. Understand how setting can contribute to conflict and that correlation/causation gives a reader a deepened understanding of a story or an actual event 3. Be able to create personal poetic reflection that reveals understanding of the correlation/causation of setting’s influence on conflict, creating an allusion from a text read (both nonfiction and fiction) Background/Context Through designed conceptual experience, current event, and reflection, students will discover the connection between conflict and setting. The lesson, as part of a larger project-based learning unit, or as a shorter project, will invite students to be creative as they demonstrate understanding. This lesson could lead into creative writing, deeper text analysis with fiction, nonfiction, and/or poetry

    Through designed conceptual experience, current event, and reflection, students will discover the connection between conflict and setting.