"Lifting the Veil" with Historical Narratives

Unit 1: Early American Voices & Developing Reading Habits
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze Olaudah Equiano's autobiography to determine author's purpose, effectiveness, and vocabulary use while recognizing the power of narratives to impact change.

Big Idea: How are pink slime, iPads, and slavery related? Simple. They were all brought to light by some compelling narratives which elicited change!

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