Assessing Romanticism & Transcendentalism

Unit 4: Arguing with the Transcendentalists Mini-Unit
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate a mastery of the content information and apply the reading skills covered so far in this unit on a multiple choice assessment which incorporates study preparation feedback.

Big Idea: The proof is in the pudding. Putting a rigorous active-study routine to the test with an assessment of Romanticism & Transcendentalism!

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