Writing commentary is without a doubt the most difficult aspect of the literary analysis essay. It is the ONE part for which there is no formula because it's the part of the essay that contains the writer's original thoughts, or commentary/ analysis. Find this mini-lesson as part of the Bespoke ELA Literary Analysis Mega Bundle for high school English Language Arts.
Literary Analysis Made Easy! Teach your students this easy step-by-step process for developing a rich, insightful, and well supported literary analysis. Breaking down this challenging process for students allows for further depth in each key area of a quality response!
In Educator's AP English Literature & Composition course, Professor Rebekah Hendershot teaches everything necessary to score well on the exam. She focuses on multiple choice and essay writing portions of the AP test, while still giving individual attention to both prose and poetry. Topics include major literary movements, in-depth reviews of Shakespearean plays and sonnets, literary criticism, and a walk-through of a previous AP exam. Rebekah uses her Master's of Professional Writing from US...