Reflection: Rigor Analyzing and Jigsawing Figurative Language in Book 3 of Fahrenheit 451 - Section 3: Groups Report Regarding Figurative Language in Book 3


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Analyzing and Jigsawing Figurative Language in Book 3 of Fahrenheit 451

Unit 6: Literary: Analyzing Figurative Language in Fahrenheit 451
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT explain how the author's word choices help to explore and create strong affective connotations by analyzing figurative language in book 3.

Big Idea: We turn our analysis of figurative to the most powerful section of F451, Book 3.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, figurative language (Poetry), figurative language (Writing Poetry), humanism, language choice, connotation, denotation, Reading assessment, f451, figurative language analysis, figurative langua, Groups, figurative language, sensationalism, comparison paper
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