Student Response - Section 4: Write w/ Laurie Halse Anderson

 
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From Poetry to Informational Texts, Finding Common Ground

Unit 3: Because He Hears a Different Drummer:Various Approaches for Comparing Genres and Analyzing Texts
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Objective: SWBAT: identify ways writers of poetry and informational texts use common rhetorical techniques, such as figurative language, allusion, imagery.

Big Idea: Students realize the relationship between imaginative literature and informational texts when they see the common elements of the writers' craft.

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