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Building Relationships with the Characters through Illustrations and Reader's Theatre

Unit 1: Great Expectations Ch. 1-6: Foundation
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine the meaning of words used in the text, including connotative meanings, and how words create tone, by first focusing on the character's names and their effect on the reader, and then on his diction throughout the chapter.

Big Idea: The names of Dickens' characters are not only humorous, but also connote their personalities and bring meaning.

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