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CCLS - ELA: RI.7.6
- Reading Informational
- Craft and Structure
- State Standard:
- Determine an author’s point of view or purpose in a text and analyze how the author distinguishes his or her position from that of others.
- Determining Central Ideas: Media Literacy
- In this lesson, students begin learning about the central text, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, and its historical context.
- In this lesson, students begin to grapple with the central text and the central question they will consider as they read it: “What is Frederick Douglass’s purpose in writing the Narrative, how does...
- Students continue to build their stamina and ability to make meaning of the Narrative through the process of reading.
- Students continue to build their stamina and ability to make meaning of the Narrative through the process of reading each excerpt several times.
- Students analyze powerful language in Excerpt 3 of Narrative.
- The heart of this lesson addresses RI.7.6 by asking students to analyze how a particular excerpt conveys Douglass’s position about slavery.
- Mid-Unit Assessment, Part 1 and Excerpt 4 Third Read
- Analyzing Douglass’s Purpose: Excerpt 4
- Analyzing Douglass’s Purpose: An Escape Attempt
- Mid-Unit Assessment, Part 2: Analyzing an Excerpt from the Narrative
- Writing an Analysis Essay: Introducing the Writing Prompt and the Model Essay
- Writing an Analysis Essay: Planning the Essay
- End of Unit 2 Assessment Writing the Analysis Essay Part 1
- End of Unit 2 Assessment Writing the Analysis Essay Part 2