Girls discuss: Insane or Guilty? - Section 3: The Assignment: Guilty or Insane?

 
  Girls discuss: Insane or Guilty?
  Girls discuss: Insane or Guilty?
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The Tell Tale Heart: Guilty or Innocent by Reason of Insanity?

Unit 6: Unlocking Mood and Other Elements of Horror
Lesson 9 of 18

Objective: SWBAT construct arguments related to the criminal prosecution of the narrator in Poe's The Tell Tale Heart.

Big Idea: Argue both sides, NOW which side are you on?

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