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Analyzing Texts For Voice, Tone, And Mood

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

Objective: SWBAT analyze four separate writing passages for voice, tone, and mood, creating a self-generated chart that mirrors the music sample chart from the previous lesson.

Big Idea: Why am I laughing? Why am I crying? Analyzing texts for voice, tone, and mood.

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