Skill 1: Literary Non-Fiction Analysis

Unit 11: Skill Review: Preparing for the State Test
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Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge of how language functions by correctly answering questions about word choice and usage. SWBAT determine the central idea of "By Any Other Name" and trace its development over the course of the text by reading and annotating.

Big Idea: The state test is a' coming! Time to make sure we are all ready to tackle it. First step -- annotating and examining literary non-fiction.

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