Strapping On Our Boots To Tackle Short Story Analysis

Unit 12: Short Story Boot Camp
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Objective: SWBAT determine the meaning of figurative phrases by reading Harrison Bergeron and identifying simile and irony.

Big Idea: How do we increase the rigor for reading a genre students have read for years?

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