Visualizing how Setting and Plot Influence Character Development in Chapter 2

Unit 1: Great Expectations Ch. 1-6: Foundation
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT cite strong textual evidence to support analysis by connecting an illustration of the characters and events in Ch2 with quotes and personal analysis.

Big Idea: Turning mental images into great illustrations will help us understand the text better and it gives us a chance to talk about what we know in a relaxed environment.

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English / Language Arts, 9th, illustration
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