Understanding of Main Events and Complex Characters in Richard Wright's Black Boy

Unit 6: Non Fiction: Black Boy
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Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of Black Boy's main events and characters by annotating the text and using a story map.

Big Idea: How does Richard Wright bring the reader into his life's struggles as a young boy?

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