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Silent Sharing/Close Reading of Carol Knapp

Unit 6: Thematic Unit: Gender and the Rhetorical Power of Narrative
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: SWBAT understand how a series of personal experiences interacts and builds meaning in a memoir.

Big Idea: A series of personal experiences in a memoir, while analogous in structure, builds meaning over the course of a text.

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