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How the Events Change the Mood and Tone

Unit 11: Monitor and Clarify the Word Choice
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify the words, word phrases and illustrations in a literary text which show a character's emotional state and contribute to the mood of the story.

Big Idea: Move beyond looking at just the character's emotional state and begin examining the mood of the story.

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