I teach this story often, especially when I hear some student being judgmental, bullying or mean to a younger sibling. It tugs at your heart strings and allows for wonderful visualization and imagery! Scarlet Ibis Prezi: http://prezi.com/bh416tkcgozn/present/?auth_key=3bxhpyz&follow=lpa3gtgdqwzo A brief summary of The Scarlet Ibis courtesy of Shmopp.com The Scarlet Ibis In A Nutshell "The Scarlet Ibis" is a short story by American author James Hurst. It was first published in 1960 in The Atlantic Monthly. After that it found its way into middle and high school anthologies, and is frequently taught today. "The Scarlet Ibis" is a troubling tale of two brothers. One brother, called Doodle, has physical disabilities and serious health problems. The other brother, known only as Brother, is desperate to turn Doodle into a "normal" kid in time to face the harsh world of school. The interesting thing is that "The Scarlet Ibis" is Hurst
Hello friends! I'm happy to report that I will be speaking at the wonderful NAMLE 2022 Conference (National Association for Media Literacy Education) this upcoming Sunday, July 17th at 12:30 EST. I'm in the 1st blue column. I will give a more in-depth explanation behind my PBS curriculum content lesson, Using Art as a Response to Racial Injustice ! Stay tuned because there's an interactive video with this presentation that I will post afterwards. Thank you for supporting me as always. Peace be with you. Thank you to Kate Stevens , Andrea DeGetts and Victoria Pasquantonio for including me in this presentation! *The lessons presented in this video are linked to the appropriate presenter. Just click their name above.