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combat zone

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erika steinger

on 12 May 2014

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Transcript of combat zone

combat zone
combat zone
do now:
literary analysis
unit eq: what impact can a war have on its participants?

lesson eq: how can we use literary elements to analyze a text?
literary analysis
DETAIL SENTENCES
literary analysis
think-pair-share
literary analysis
word choice
Turn to page 77 and review the topic that you chose.

Turn to page 78 and fill in your topic and controlling idea (including the story element you will be analyzing)


Supporting evidence from the text
Help to prove your claim
concluding sentence
Sums up your ideas of the text for your reader
The topic of my literary analysis paragraph is...
One relevant detail that I will include is...
My concluding sentence sums up my ideas by...
Use precise words
Formal/specific language
Makes for more powerful and effective writing
literary analysis
draft
Title that tells about your topic
Topic sentence with title of text, author, text type, and controlling idea (story element)
Detail sentences with evidence supporting your claim
Concluding sentence that sums up your points
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