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Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are

Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
Analysis of Themes in Where the Wild Things Are
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Even though this is a typically thought of as a children's book, Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are has many complex ideas within in it.

In this small unit, students will analyze the character of Max looking more deeply in to the story by comparing it to the film. Specifically, they will look at how the monsters symbolize the complex emotions that Max is working through.

You will need the children's book and the movie in order to complete this lesson.

*I don't know why the preview shows up like that, but everything does fit nicely onto each page.
Total Pages
8 pages
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