Let's Hear What You Know: Collaborative Discussion and Reading of A Tale of Two Cities (Day 2 of 2)

Unit 8: Literary: Analysis of Plot and Character Development in A Tale of Two Cities
Lesson 5 of 11

Objective: SWBAT refer to textual evidence to drive collaborative discussion by gathering and providing evidence of character development from a close reading of A Tale of Two Cities.

Big Idea: How do characters develop in a Dickens novel? How can multiple heads work together to discover this in a meaningful way?

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