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Analyzing Real World Connections and Conflicts in Richard Wright's Autobiography: Black Boy

Unit 6: Non Fiction: Black Boy
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Objective: SWBAT analyze and explain real world connections and inner and outer conflicts related to the literary work “Black Boy” by reviewing Richard Wright's biography and reading Chapter 1 of "Black Boy".

Big Idea: Discussing the insidious effects of racism leads to an understanding of conflict,

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