Reflection: Pacing Using the Setting of Chapter 1 to Determine Theme - Section 2: Reading Chapter 1
  Using the Setting of Chapter 1 to Determine Theme
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Using the Setting of Chapter 1 to Determine Theme

Unit 1: Great Expectations Ch. 1-6: Foundation
Lesson 2 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine a theme of chapter 1 and analyze it in detail, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details by focusing on setting and sketching key moments of the text.

Big Idea: Thinking about the marshes as a character in the novel helps the reader better understand Pip.

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