Reading for Dialogue and Descriptive Details

Students will read an excerpt from Mark Mathabane's autobiography, Kaffir Boy, in order to learn about narrative elements like dialogue, descriptive details, and monologue.

By Mr. LeMaster
September 19, 2012
10th Grade English
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Writing Prompt

In the excerpt “from Kaffir Boy,” Mark Mathabane tells his story of when he was first introduced to school. Analyze how Mathabane uses narrative elements like dialogue, monologue, and descriptive detail to bring his story to life.
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10th Grade English Language Arts Standards

This lesson teaches the following grade level appropriate state literacy standards. The cubes provide an abbreviation of the standard name and reference number. Click Add to My Lesson Plans to make a copy of the lesson. Making a copy will allow you to update any information including the literacy standards.

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Analyze how the author unfolds an analysis or series of ideas or events, including the order in which the points are made, how they are introduced and developed, and the connections that are drawn between them.

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