Student annotation - Section 3: SIFTing Through "The Town Dump"

 
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S.I.F.T.ing Mentor Texts: "The Story of Stuff" and "The Town Dump"

Unit 4: Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Narration and Description
Lesson 5 of 7

Objective: SWBAT analyze effective literary and rhetorical devices in Wallace Stegner's "The Town Dump" as a response to "The Story of Stuff" and "Beowulf."

Big Idea: Mentor texts empower student writing.

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English / Language Arts, tone, narrative structure, close reading, Annotating, "The Town Dump", "The Story of Stuff", Descripton, S.I.F.T.
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