Extending Reading.pdf - Section 3: SSR for characterization of Amir and Hassan

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Allies or Enemies: Analysis of a Complex Brotherhood in The Kite Runner

Unit 7: Amazing Afghanistan: PBL, Inquiry-Based Investigation into The Kite Runner
Lesson 9 of 14

Objective: SWBAT evaluate the relationship between Amir and Hassan by reading and analyzing characterization in chapters 2-3 of The Kite Runner.

Big Idea: Understanding these characters requires both cross-cultural understanding of Afghanistan's culture AND of timeless issues in friendship and brotherhood.

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