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A Quest For Autonomy in Their Eyes Were Watching God

Unit 1: Reading Their Eyes Were Watching God
Lesson 2 of 12

Objective: SWBAT begin to track the development of a central idea in the novel, autonomy, by keeping a list of quotes that reveal the main character’s quest for autonomy.

Big Idea: Janie's quest for autonomy begins now

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English / Language Arts, Black English Vernacular
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