Comparing Fiction to Fact

Unit 6: Purpose Across Multiple Texts
Lesson 13 of 17

Objective: SWBAT compare and evaluate fictional and informational texts by analyzing for evidence of the Jim Crow era.

Big Idea: Can fiction reveal the truth? Or is only the truth worth reading? Comparison and evaluation.

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English / Language Arts, comparison and contrast, Evaluation and Analysis, equality (American Govt), multiple texts, analyze details, comparison, historical background, equality
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