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Anticipatory Set

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Chelsea Dennis

on 11 January 2015

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Transcript of Anticipatory Set

Students understand,make inferences and draw conclusions about how an author's sensory language creates imagery in literary text and provide support their understanding.
Analyze a Passage from Speak for Imagery:
1. Read excerpt from Speak
2. Find imagery examples
3. How do these images and sensory details contribute to meaning and effect?
4. Why did the author choose them?
Closure
Share your imagery findings with your partner.
Anticipatory Set
1. Write a sentence from
Speak
that contains imagery on your white boards.

2. Share
Analyze a Passage for Imagery:
1. Read excerpt from "Speak"
2. Find imagery examples
3. How do these images and sensory details contribute to meaning and effect?
4. Why did the author choose them?
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