Transcendentalism: A Walden Comic

Transcendentalism: A Walden Comic
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In Henry David Thoreau’s “Where I Lived, and What I Lived For,” Thoreau’s observation of a mosquito in the morning (nature) leads him to contemplate the importance of individuals being mentally awake in order to grow and improve themselves (self-reflection). Students will illustrate this train of thought in the boxes on this graphic organizer to create a comic, visually demonstrating their understanding of the text and bringing Thoreau's words to life.

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