Silko's poem - Section 1: Introduction

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Students Apply Annotating Guidelines On Their Own

Unit 3: Native American Literature
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT show knowledge of elements of Native American literature and literary devices by annotating the last two pages of Silko's poem on their own which will be graded as a quiz.

Big Idea: Tell students the quiz is worth a ton of points! Anything to push them to show you what they really know.

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