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Building Theme Statements Together

Unit 6: Great Expectations: The Final Assessment
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Objective: SWBAT determine a theme and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and refined by working in groups to transform a motif into a message conveyed throughout the end of the novel.

Big Idea: When students understand the theme of a text, they can truly understand the text's value. Here's an engaging way to decipher theme.

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