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All Quiet on the Western Front Cause and Effect Essay

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This assignment asks students to examine the causes and effects of Paul Baumer's loss of innocence in the novel All Quiet on the Western Front. I've included the prompt, a graphic organizer for students to use to plan out their essay, and a rubric to assess their final product. I used it with my 10th grade World Literature class, and the graphic organizer helped them to find specific details and organize their thoughts.
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All Quiet on the Western Front Cause and Effect Essay
All Quiet on the Western Front Cause and Effect Essay
All Quiet on the Western Front Cause and Effect Essay