Voice, Tone, and Mood - Section 1: Interactive Notes on Voice, Tone, and Mood

 
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Voice, Tone, and Mood: What Are These And Why Do They Matter?

Unit 2: Literary Analysis: The House on Mango Street
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWBAT complete a set of interactive notes on voice, tone, and mood and apply their knowledge on a graphic organizer to excerpts from four popular songs.

Big Idea: Don't use that voice! Watch your tone! I'm not in the mood! Using what students already know and applying it to writing.

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