This A Rose for Emily worksheet provides student activities and puzzles to help develop students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills. These activities can be a fantastic way to introduce such concepts as diversity, equality, and diversity of opinion.
The worksheet has several colors on it, which correspond to some of the concepts that the student will be learning during the lesson. After explaining the concept, the student will need to work out the color of each one by simply connecting the colored lines.
Each idea is an important question for the lesson and it is important that the student think hard about the answer. The worksheet has five black lines and two red lines so that the students can connect the red lines to the black lines in order to get the appropriate answer. After they have been drawn, the student can write down their answer and then try to make up a different answer using other colored lines.
Once they have the main idea worked out, the student can then move onto the smaller questions which only appear on the main sheet. When it comes to these smaller questions, the student can use the same method to choose the correct answer. The key is for the student to find and use their common sense when doing this.
After this point in the lesson, they can move onto the final group which is just another exercise that only appears on the worksheet. In this final group, they will have to test the student’s ability to quickly understand an idea.
For this group, they will have to connect two pieces of paper with pencil. The students will need to fill in the gaps in between them in order to connect the colored lines properly.
When the student has finished these groups, they can move onto the last group which is a bit longer. They will have to test their ability to interpret different situations from different parts of the world.
When it comes to solving this group, the students will need to connect the black lines with the correct answers in order to get the correct answer. As well as connecting the lines, they will also need to use some form of a question mark or a check mark in order to help them connect the correct answer to the incorrect answers.