Graphic Organizer Figurative Language - Section 1: Activator

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Determining the Meaning of and Purpose for Shakespeare's Use of Figurative Language (Day 2 of 2) and Preparation for Unit Assessment

Unit 8: Romeo and Juliet
Lesson 6 of 13

Objective: SWBAT determine figurative and connotative meaning of words and determine their impact in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet by using a graphic organizer to analyze quotes. SWBAT cite specific evidence from text and demonstrate understanding by writing evidence based answers.

Big Idea: How I designed a practice test to prepare my students for close reading and annotation in preparation for their District Unit 5 Assessment.

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