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Lesson Plan: Twilight Novel

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  • Teacher’s Copy WEEK: 4, 5 & 6 (B) TOPIC: LITERARY APPRECIATION (NOVEL) TITLE OF NOVEL: Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (2005) CHAPTER 13 - Confessions MORAL VALUES: Perseverance, Love conquers all Procedures 1. Introduce the Twilight movie/novel - Short synopsis/ Plot summary: Teacher Resource 1: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twilight_(novel)#Plot_summary) - Main characters. Teacher Resource 2: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Twilight_characters#Bella_Swan • Isabella Marie Swan (Bella) • Edward Cullen (born Edward Anthony Masen) • Charlie Swan (Bella’s father) • Renee Dwyer (Bella’s mother) • Jacob Black • Alice Cullen • Carlisle Cullen • Esme Cullen • Rosalie Hale • Emmett Cullen • Jesper Hale • Renesme Cullen - Author: Stephenie Meyer - Theme: The theme is that true love can always find a way, even if one of you has to fight the urge to kill the other. - Told in the first person point of view: “I” refers to Bella Swan KMPP/2010/FMR
  • Teacher’s Copy - Setting: The story is set primarily in the town of Forks, Washington, where Bella and her father, Charlie Swan, live. 2. Distribute the text of Chapter 13 to the students. Listen to the reading of Chapter 13 while following the text. Teacher Resource 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=w9G6_D8CpJo&feature=related 3. Continue reading the rest of the chapter individually. 4. Get into groups of four. 5. Group Discussion 1 What does Edward mean when he says: i. "Would you understand what I meant if I said I was only human?" ii. "And so the lion fell in love with the lamb…" Answer guide: i. "Would you understand what I meant if I said I was only human?" (This statement embodies the element of irony: Edward is a vampire, not a human, but he has feelings for Bella, and those feelings are only possible for humans to have. The fact that he cannot resist the temptation of being too close to Bella physically makes him say this. Edward is facing a conflict within himself: As a vampire, he craves for Bella’s blood, but he fights the urge to drink her blood because he loves her. Being too close to her worries him because he might hurt or kill her. He says, ‘Never forget I am more dangerous to you than I am to anyone else.’ He says this after Bella tries to lean closer to him while lying on the grass with him… he reacts by dashing off in an instant; Bella says, ‘ he was gone, his hand ripped from mine. In the time it took my eyes to focus, he was twenty feet away, standing at the edge of the small meadow’) KMPP/2010/FMR
  • Teacher’s Copy ii. "And so the lion fell in love with the lamb…” (Edward describes himself as the world’s best predator. "I'm the world's best predator, aren't I?” He is a vampire, an immortal (the lion). Bella on the other hand, is a normal girl who is weak and can easily become his prey (the lamb); by saying this he is admitting that he, the vampire, has fallen in love with a girl whose blood he craves the most) 5.1 Provide evidence from the text to justify their answers. 5.2 Accept all suitable answers. 5.3 Group representatives present their findings. 6. Group Discussion 2 Teacher Resource 4: (9.28 minutes). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QTEl5nDJJw Watch a scene of the Twilight movie, which portrays Chapter 13 Compare the scene in the novel to that in the movie. i. Which of the dialogues and descriptions in the movie are exactly taken from the novel? ii. Find other differences. Answer: i. I'm the world's best predator, aren't I? Everything about me invites you in — my voice, my face, even my smell. As if I need any of that!" ii. "As if you could outrun me." iii. He reached up with one hand and, with a deafening crack, effortlessly ripped a two-foot-thick branch from the trunk of the spruce. He balanced it in that hand for a moment, and then threw it with blinding speed, shattering it against another huge tree, which shook and trembled at the blow. KMPP/2010/FMR
  • Teacher’s Copy iv. "And so the lion fell in love with the lamb…" v. "What a stupid lamb," vi. "What a sick, masochistic lion." vii. “Your scent is like a drug to me… like my own personal brand of heroin.” (Phrased differently from the dialogue in the novel). 6.1 Accept all suitable answers. 6.2 Group representatives present their findings. 7. Group Discussion 3 Choose an object to symbolise one of these characters. Each group will be allocated with a different character: i. Bella Swan ii. Edward Cullen iii. Alice Cullen iv. Carlisle Cullen 7.1 Justify their choice with evidence from the text. 7.2 Group representatives present their findings. Teacher’s Resource KMPP/2010/FMR
  • Teacher’s Copy 1. Teacher Resource 1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twilight_(novel)#Plot_summary 2. Teacher Resource 2: Twilight Characters http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Twilight_characters#Bella_Swan 3. Teacher Resource 3: Twilight Chapter 13 – The Reading http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9G6_D8CpJo&feature=related 4. Teacher Resource 4: The Meadow Confessions (scene from the movie) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QTEl5nDJJw 5. Teacher Resource 5 (Additional): Movie Review http://www.horrorstyle.com/film/twilight/index.php?site=about&article=twilight-review-06- 04-2009 KMPP/2010/FMR