Theme Analysis: Preparing to Write in the Workshop Classroom

Unit 9: Theme Analysis-Writer's Workshop
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Objective: SWBAT effectively prewrite for a rhetorical analysis essay by brainstorming and planning.

Big Idea: If we want to be really good at a specific skill, shouldn't we plan and practice before the main event?

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