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Analyzing the Language of The Balcony Scene so We Can Write More Meaningfully

Unit 15: Romeo and Juliet Act 2: Analysis of Character and Tension
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write informative texts to examine and convey complex ideas clearly and accurately by explaining how a particular element of figurative language is effective.

Big Idea: Finding figurative language in the balcony scene is like fishing with bait. Analyzing it is more difficult.

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