Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)

Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
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This lesson teaches students to analyze philosophical arguments in literary works such as Tolstoy, Emerson, Thoreau, and Buck. Initial Lesson (pages 1-6) includes a Learning Objective, Activation of Prior Knowledge, Concept Development, and Skill Development/Guided Practice. Lesson also includes four pages of Independent work (pages 7-10). Lesson is fully-animated with answers. Student worksheet pages are included at the end for printing (pages 12-15).

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15
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Teaching Duration
55 Minutes

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Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)
Analyze philosophical arguments in literary works (EDI)