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This in-depth lesson focuses on the Six-Traits of Writing for literary analysis. Each time that you use this lesson, you will change the literary choice based on your current unit of study; I've used chapters/excerpts from "The Book Thief," "The Fault in Our Stars," "Frankenstein," "Stolen," and many more in my classroom. Also, I have incorporated the Killgallon's methods of teaching effective writing. In the notes section of the PowerPoint, I have provided the name of the Killgallon resource that I used along with the corresponding page numbers. You do not have to use their resource, if you do not wish. Each time that you use this lesson, you will change the grammar lesson as well. For example, in this lesson I used the Killgallon's method for teaching appositive phrases. The next time that I will use this lesson, I will include prepositional phrases, then participial phrases, adjective clauses, delayed adverbs, etc. You can include anything that you want! This resource is editable for your needs.