Of Mice and Men Historical Context: Viewing and Completing a Study Guide for Riding the Rails

Unit 9: Of Mice and Men
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Objective: SWBAT cite evidence in a film in order write diary entries from the perspective of a migrant worker or homeless person in the 1930s

Big Idea: What was John Steinbeck’s historical context when writing Of Mice and Men?

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English / Language Arts, Reading, language choice, realism, Literature, Literary Response and Analysis, literary journal, analyze details, historical context clues, historical background, Aristotle, quotations
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