Teacher Guide

Juno and the Paycock Lesson Plan

Bringing in Technology

Throughout the study of Juno and the Paycock, students with disabilities should have the option of using dictation software for writing assignments, and text-to-speech software for reading assignments, or any other ADA-mandated technological accommodations.

Day 1's "Character Sketch" activity utilizes a class blog or document-sharing site.

On Day 2, both activities would benefit from internet research, which is also necessary for Day 4's "Interactive Technology."

Day 3's "Isn't it darling?" should engage with different uses of language in online spaces.

On Day 5, students will view the Hitchcock film adaptation from 1930, The Shame of Mary Boyle.

Much of the technology used in this...

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