Reflection: Checks for Understanding Using Academic Vocabulary to Discuss Authorial Purpose - Section 3: Exit Slip: Dickens' Strategy and Purpose


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Using Academic Vocabulary to Discuss Authorial Purpose

Unit 9: Literary: Analysis of Narrative Style in A Tale of Two Cities
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT apply knowledge of how language functions in different contexts by discussing and writing about how Dickens' creates his rhetorical purpose in Tale of Two Cities.

Big Idea: Dickens' style has a purpose. What message do his strategies reveal?

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