Fishbowl Discussion The Importance of the Falling Action.mp4 - Section 3: Analyzing Plot: Falling Action

 
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Analyzing Protagonists, Antagonists, and Falling Action

Unit 11: Analyzing Literature and Integrating Knowledge with Act 2 of “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street”
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to analyze characters and plot by discussing the protagonist, antagonist, and falling action in a fishbowl discussion.

Big Idea: Students grapple with protagonist and antagonist in a fishbowl discussion.

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