Balancing Informational and Literary - Section 3: Nonfiction Focus: The New Yorker Essay

  Balancing Informational and Literary
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The Power of Names

Unit 2: Literary Analysis: The House on Mango Street
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT read an essay from The New Yorker about word and name connotations and develop paragraph-by-paragraph mini summaries of the essay.

Big Idea: "All seagulls look as though their name were Emma" (Christian Morgenstern)

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