Flipped lit

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- partnership with Eric Price (American author)
- interview of three American authors

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  1. 1. Flipped lit project. Engaging literature students! September 10, 2015. LPM webinar Presenter: Marie-Hélène Fasquel Guest Writers: Eric Price Katie Carroll And Kai Strand Host: Amélie Silvert Organiser: Jurgen Wagner
  2. 2.  Partnership between an American author, Eric Price, and a 10th-grade American International Section,  Discussion about  the Creative Process with three writers (Eric Price, Katie Carroll and Kai Strand.)  Editing (with Katie Caroll) Two-part webinar 2
  3. 3.  American International Section students  Language and literature (over 50% of syllabus = American works)  Lycée International Nelson Mandela, Nantes  13 works (to be studied in the 11th and 12th grade)  New school/New section/ New teacher  New partnerships, projects… Birth & context of the project
  4. 4. 2017 OIB Exam Oral Exam (30 minutes, coef. 4) Commentary on a passage from 1 of the in-depth works In-depth works: 1. Hamlet 2. The Great Gatsby 3. Core poetry Candidate leads (15 minutes) Introduction: -Situation + Thesis (2 min) -Commentary (8 min) -Links (5 min) Examiner leads (15 minutes) Questions on the theme and style on 4 to 6 works. Written Exam (4 hours, coef. 5 ES & S, 6 L) (One among the 3 following) -2 essays (each essay contrasts at least 2 different works) --> You need to know 6 works in great detail (aim of the author, major topics, ideas, structure, recurring motifs, stylistic devices, quotes...). -1 essay + -1 commentary (Mention at least 2 works in the essay) -1 essay (Mention at least 2 works) + -creative writing task
  5. 5. Hamlet* (CORE) The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne (CORE) The Great Gatsby by Francis Scott Fitzgerald (in depth) The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller (CORE) Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw Core Poetry: A selection of 8 poems by Langston Hughes, Rita Dove, Nikki Giovanni and Martin Espada (CORE) (in depth) A selection of 8 poems ……………………(CORE) (selection in October 2015) The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka Disgrace by Coetzee Stranger in the Village by James Baldwin (CORE) Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King. 2017 Syllabus
  6. 6.  In the 10th grade:  Learning how to write essays, how to comment upon texts,  Learning about close reading,  Learning about literature, literary movements, genres,  Studying varied texts (novels, plays, poems) Birth & context of the project
  7. 7.  Varied ways of teaching literature  Flipped learning (resources to be studied at home/tasks in class)  e.g.: http://padlet.com/mhfasquel/earnest  http://padlet.com/mhfasquel/much  http://padlet.com/mhfasquel/hamlet  Collaboration and sharing (working as a team: for instance when the students summed up their textbook)  Taking part in competitions and projects (creative writing, press, …) Birth & context of the project
  8. 8.  Paper Planes Creative Writing Competition (Animal Circus d’Alix DUPAS et Mathieu GASOWSKI)  Vocable competition  EF Challenge for High Schools  And Last but not least: Partnership with Eric Price, American award-winning author. 2014-2015 Projects
  9. 9.  Starting point of the project: Twitter  Eric accepted to do Skype interviews with my students straight away  Eric is a fantasy writer  All the better as our syllabus does not include any fantasy  Allowing American section students  to work with an American writer,  To learn about the creative process,  To learn about the real day-to-day life of a writer, Eric Price
  10. 10.  To experience creative writing with a published and award-winning author,  To read a book and be able to discuss it with its author.  To develop a taste for close reading, analysis, literature in the making (as they discovered the sequel to Unveiling the Wizard’s Shroud.) Eric Price
  11. 11. Reading the first 2 chapters of Unveiling the Wizard’s Shroud  Re-writing chapter 3 in groups (mostly in pairs)  Preparing questions to ask Eric during the Skype interviews  2 Skype interviews (with half the class each time.) The various steps
  12. 12.  Analyzing Eric’s style in order to be able to write the next chapter,  Analyzing the characters’ psychology, personalities,  Reading the various documents shared on Padlet,  Re-writing chapter 3 (paying attention to the genre, the style, the characters’ personalities…),  Reading their friends’ chapters  Publishing the new chapters on Eric’s author’s website in order to start a competition  Discussion with Eric about the new versions (upcoming) The various steps
  13. 13.  Last but not least, writing with Eric Price: rewriting one of his unpublished short stories (on a volunteer basis). Eric Price
  14. 14. Top 3 Inspirations • Stephen King—Characters • J. K. Rowling—Plot • Chuck Palahniuk—Style Eric Price
  15. 15.  Learning to Write • Stephen King’s On Writing • Institute of Children’s Literature oWriting for Children and Teenagers oWriting and Selling Books oRevising to Publish • Editors • Last but not Least: Reading Eric Price
  16. 16.  My Writing Process • Characters First • First Draft = General Story oHighly Detailed Outline? oPlot when needed • Second Draft =Detailed Story oResearch • Rewrite • Editors Eric Price
  17. 17. Katie Carroll Author and Editor of Books for Teens and Kids www.KatieLCarroll.com KatieLCarroll@yahoo.com
  18. 18. Katie Carroll Author and Editor of Books for Teens and Kids www.KatieLCarroll.com KatieLCarroll@yahoo.com  My Writing Process • Give story idea time to develop in my head • Begin drafting • Stay on (self-imposed) deadline with my critique group • Keep lots of notes while drafting • Reread and revise • Send to beta readers for feedback • Reread and revise
  19. 19. Katie Carroll Author and Editor of Books for Teens and Kids www.KatieLCarroll.com KatieLCarroll@yahoo.com  My Editing Process • Read through manuscript • Pre-edits o Include editorial letter for author to make changes on entire manuscript o Mark first few chapters with specific notes for author to get a sense of my editorial style and process • Edits o Review author’s changes from pre-edits o Mark up entire manuscript with suggested changes o Return to author to continue editing o Repeat these steps as many times as necessary until manuscript is ready for line edits
  20. 20.  Award winning and best selling author of fiction for kids and teens.  Also publishes for new adults & adults under the name LA Dragoni  Organizer of Lightning Quick Reads – multi author, short story blog  Along with author websites, social media accounts, & blogs, manages or contributes to publishers’ social media presence.  Classroom and writers group presentations Kai Strand
  21. 21. Creative Process  First Draft  Revision  Critique  Revision  Read aloud  Revision  Submission Kai Strand
  22. 22. Young Adult Middle Grade www.kaistrand.com kaistrand@yahoo.com Kai Strand
  23. 23.  Eric’s website  Flipped learning Scoop It  Literature Scoop It  Literature Facebook Group  Project Padlet  My website References
  24. 24. Contact – References Eric 24 authorericprice.com authorericprice@gmail.com Twitter: @AuthorEricPrice Facebook: Author Eric Price
  25. 25. Feel free to contact me! mhfasquel@gmail.com On Twitter: @mariehel2 Slideshare My files on Slideshare. blog On Facebook, LinkedIn & Google+, eTwinning: Marie-Hélène Fasquel 25 Contact – References Marie-Hélène
  26. 26. 26 Thank you very much for your attention and participation!

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