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Students' Perspective of Thoreau's Walden

Unit 14: A Short Writing Unit
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: SWBAT take a position on a central idea in Thoreau's Walden after they have spent time making meaning of it through discussion.

Big Idea: Inviting student disagreement when they are taking a position on an author's point.

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