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Walden and Text Structure Practice, Day One

Unit 4: Text Structure and Language Use in Informational Texts
Lesson 11 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to analyze and evaluate text structure while reading Thoreau's Walden.

Big Idea: Problem: a meaningless life. Solution: find yourself [in the woods]. Analyzing and evaluating text structure in Walden.

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English / Language Arts, nonfiction (analysis), Nonfiction Literature, Walden, text structure, analysis, evaluation
  45 minutes
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