If Dickens Were a Speech Writer: An Introduction to A Tale of Two Cities

Unit 8: Literary: Analysis of Plot and Character Development in A Tale of Two Cities
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Objective: SWBAT apply knowledge of language to determine how an author creates meaning by reading and analyzing Dickens' style in Book 1 of A Tale of Two Cities.

Big Idea: Dickens is the master of language. As we carry our study of persuasive language over, we will consider how and why Dickens writes what he does in book 1 of A Tale of Two Cities.

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