Social Criticism Vocabulary - Section 2: Introduction to Social Criticism Vocabulary

 
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Introduction to Social Criticism Vocabulary

Unit 12: Introduction to Routines, Skills and Techniques
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: SWBAT gain knowledge of language that will help them engage with a text at a higher level by discussing the definition of these terms and connecting them to things they know about the world.

Big Idea: Complex vocabulary is necessary to discuss texts in complex ways.

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