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Comprehending How Zora Neal Hurston's Characters in "Drenched In Light" Advance and Develop Theme.

Unit 4: Short Fiction: "Drenched In Light"
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT read and comprehend how Zora Neal Hurston’s characters in “Drenched In Light” advance the plot and develop theme by reading text and answering analysis questions for creating characters.

Big Idea: What are the Five Methods for Creating Characters?

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