Tracking the Development of Central Ideas in "Self-Reliance," Day 2 of 2

Unit 13: Transcendentalism
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT gain more independence tracking the development of central ideas in Emerson's argument by working on part of a graphic organizer on their own.

Big Idea: The type of thinking required to struggle through a complex task is worth the time, even when the work product indicates otherwise.

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