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Extended Metaphor with the Puritans & Shel Silverstein

Unit 1: Early American Voices & Developing Reading Habits
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT draw evidence from varied texts to support extended metaphor analysis while defending interpretation of text in whole-class discussion.

Big Idea: Life is a notebook, my parents are trees, and Jonathan Edwards wants to be a spinning wheel. Can you hold your own with extended metaphors?

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