Reflection Questions - Section 3: Student Learning Actvivity

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Introduction to How Complex Characters Change and Develop: Modern Examples

Unit 3: Short Fiction: Back to Basics
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: SWBAT analyze how complex characters develop by viewing a teacher made power point and participating in student to student discourse in preparation for reading "The Birthmark."

Big Idea: To gain greater insight into Nathaniel Hawthorne's characters, students explore the question: "Why do people change the way they look?"

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English / Language Arts, Short Stories, theme, characterization
  75 minutes
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