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Close Reading: Responding in Writing

Unit 4: Analyzing Literature in Socratic Circles with Chaim Potuk’s “Zebra”
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to draw evidence from literary text to support analysis of the author's use of characterization and figurative language by prewriting and drafting an explanatory essay. Students will be able to re-acquire the meaning of certain “Zebra” words by matching words and pictures and identifying synonyms and antonyms.

Big Idea: Close reading gives students room to explore and analyze literature using productive struggle and explicit guidance from the teacher.

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