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Historical Social Commentary: Creating a Conceptual Understanding of Genre

Unit 15: Argument: Analyzing and Creating Social Commentary
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze primary source documents for rhetorical purpose and strategy by reading and discussing WWII journalistic writing.

Big Idea: To place our study of social commentary back into the historical time period we are studying, we will spend time looking at primary sources that reveal the genre's purpose.

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