Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Literary Analysis Essay, Day Two - Section 1: Do Now: A Good Body Paragraph


In our first writing unit, persuasive writing, we studied how to properly explain details by connecting them back to the original claim and evidence. Students found the standard challenging before, so review will help them feel more confident about how to approach it now, especially with the added challenge of quote use.


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Literary Analysis Essay, Day Two

Unit 9: Expository Writing
Lesson 14 of 21

Objective: SWBAT incorporate and analyze textual evidence by writing a literary expository essay.

Big Idea: What do Katy Perry, Chris Gardner, and Michael Oher have in common? Their stories include Transcendentalism! Writing a literary analysis expository essay.

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