Comparison Essay Writing on Fahrenheit 451 and Another Text (Day 2 of 3)

Unit 6: Literary: Analyzing Figurative Language in Fahrenheit 451
Lesson 12 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to write a summative comparison with three pieces of evidence from the novel and three pieces of evidence from a different novel by engaging in modeled writing observation and a writer's workshop.

Big Idea: Engaging in writers workshop and analyzing examples helps us to write clearer comparison contrast essays.

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English / Language Arts, humanism, language choice, connotation, denotation, figurative language, sensationalism, comparison paper
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