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Unlocking the Meaning

Unit 4: Unit 2: Part II Elements of Fiction
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT analyze figurative language used in text to determine the meaning and impact on the piece.

Big Idea: Students are pushed to new limits with this activity that requires them to tap into their prior knowledge and recent skills to determine the meaning and impact figurative language has on some of their favorite songs among other pieces of literature.

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