Reflection: Unit Planning Understanding Theme - Section 1: What is theme?

 

This short unit on theme happens to fall at the end of the school year. This does not mean that we have not explored this literary element at all, just not quite with as much depth as happens in this series of lessons.

  Why so short?
  Unit Planning: Why so short?
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Understanding Theme

Unit 13: Theme: A Mini Unit
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify the differences between plot and theme.

Big Idea: Have trouble determining the difference between plot and theme? This lesson will help!

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