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A Process To Help Students Access "Self-Reliance", Day 1

Unit 13: Transcendentalism
Lesson 2 of 13

Objective: SWBAT prepare to identify the central ideas in "Self-Reliance" by following a process of breaking down important elements in the text, such as specific language, figurative language and aphorisms.

Big Idea: Looking closely at every single important part of a complex text is time consuming but necessary for students to make sense of it.

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