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I teach The Prisoner 5 years 3 months ago #1985

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Hello, I am a high school English teacher. We've been told to use more visual text--and how much more meaningful is 17 episodes of The Prisoner over the course of a semester, blended in with other books?

I have created follow-along worksheets but I would like some criticism on them, especially for important bits...would anyone care to see? My first one for "Arrival" is attached.


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Re: I teach The Prisoner 5 years 3 months ago #1986

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What happened to the post??? I wanted to discuss Prisoner viewing worksheets I created...
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Re: I teach The Prisoner 5 years 3 months ago #1989

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Sorry, let me try again. I don't know what happened to post...

In teaching The Prisoner, I have viewing worksheets--sort of helps them focus (I never show a video without some kind of worksheet). Here's what I made for "Arrival." I was wondering if anybody would like to discuss or be interested in seeing the other 16. I would like to tweak...

Thanks!
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