Getting to know Eliezer's Story: Theme Analysis of Night

Unit 16: Informational Texts: Analyzing the Narrative Non-fiction Style of Night
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT analyze how an author introduces a series of events and/or themes by discussing the first two chapters of Night.

Big Idea: As we meet a young Elie Wiesel at the beginning of Night, it is important to look at both his story and how an older Wiesel sets that story up through themes and events.

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