Demonstrating Understanding of Zora N. Hurston’s story “Drenched In Light” Through a Teacher Designed Test.

Unit 4: Short Fiction: "Drenched In Light"
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT Analyze Zora N. Hurston’s Characters in “Drenched In Light” and how they Advance the Plot and Develop Theme by answering Comprehension Questions and Writing an Open Response.

Big Idea: Why would an elderly wealthy woman want a young vivacious poor girl around her?

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