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Preparing to Write: Establishing Meaning and Strategies

Unit 3: Writing a Rhetorical Analysis Essay
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT state the central ideas of a text and rhetorical strategies regarding organization, ideas, word choice, syntax, etc., in preparation for writing an explanatory analysis essay through questioning of the text.

Big Idea: Know the meaning of a text and how you know that meaning before writing an analysis of it.

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Writing, English / Language Arts, Writing Process, questioning, listening, structural features, rhetorical strategy, collaboration, questioning strategy, rhetorical analysis, AP
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