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The Types of Conflicts and Reading "Thank You, M'am"

Unit 3: Analyzing Literature and Writing Business Letters with Langston Hughes’ Thank You, M’am”
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to analyze the conflicts in "Thank You, M'am" by using a reference sheet, acting out conflicts, and citing evidence on a plot diagram.

Big Idea: The problem is inside you until it becomes an external conflict.

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