The Last Daughter Analysis

Year 7

6 -

Connection, Identity, and Belonging

In this lesson, students explore the theme of connection, identity, and belonging in Brenda’s story. This lesson aims to deepen students’ understanding of the importance of the theme, both in the book and in their own lives. Students will analyse specific passages from the book, paying close attention to language and literary devices used to convey the theme. They will also reflect on personal experiences and how they relate to the theme, using the Waya Gilahna Cultural Framework and Cultural Tale to consider their place in the circle of connection.

By engaging with this theme, students will develop their English skills in literary analysis and creative writing, while also exploring their own identities and sense of belonging in the community and the world.

In this lesson, students explore the theme of connection, identity, and belonging in Brenda’s story. This lesson aims to deepen students’ understanding of the importance of the theme, both in the book and in their own lives. Students will analyse specific passages from the book, paying close attention to language and literary devices used to convey the theme. They will also reflect on personal experiences and how they relate to the theme, using the Waya Gilahna Cultural Framework and Cultural Tale to consider their place in the circle of connection.

By engaging with this theme, students will develop their English skills in literary analysis and creative writing, while also exploring their own identities and sense of belonging in the community and the world.

In this lesson, students explore the theme of connection, identity, and belonging in Brenda’s story. This lesson aims to deepen students’ understanding of the importance of the theme, both in the book and in their own lives. Students will analyse specific passages from the book, paying close attention to language and literary devices used to convey the theme. They will also reflect on personal experiences and how they relate to the theme, using the Waya Gilahna Cultural Framework and Cultural Tale to consider their place in the circle of connection.

By engaging with this theme, students will develop their English skills in literary analysis and creative writing, while also exploring their own identities and sense of belonging in the community and the world.

In this lesson, students explore the theme of connection, identity, and belonging in Brenda’s story. This lesson aims to deepen students’ understanding of the importance of the theme, both in the book and in their own lives. Students will analyse specific passages from the book, paying close attention to language and literary devices used to convey the theme. They will also reflect on personal experiences and how they relate to the theme, using the Waya Gilahna Cultural Framework and Cultural Tale to consider their place in the circle of connection.

By engaging with this theme, students will develop their English skills in literary analysis and creative writing, while also exploring their own identities and sense of belonging in the community and the world.

Resources

Literary Elements & Devices

Close Reading Analysis

Making Meaning to Story

Connection Questions

Creaive Writing Task

Waya Gilahna Group Roles

Literary Elements & Devices

Literary Elements & Devices

Close Reading Analysis

Making Meaning to Story

Connection Questions

Creaive Writing Task

Waya Gilahna Group Roles

Literary Elements & Devices

Literary Elements & Devices

Close Reading Analysis

Making Meaning to Story

Connection Questions

Creaive Writing Task

Waya Gilahna Group Roles

Literary Elements & Devices

Literary Elements & Devices

Close Reading Analysis

Making Meaning to Story

Connection Questions

Creaive Writing Task

Waya Gilahna Group Roles

Literary Elements & Devices