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This 60-minute lesson plan focuses on imagery, figurative language, and sound devices employed by Coleridge in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” In studying these poetry devices in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” students will be better able to
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This lesson plan focuses on Thoreau’s use of paradox in “Civil Disobedience.” By studying Thoreau’s use of paradox as a rhetorical device, students will be better able to identify and describe the major claims and themes in the essay. About this
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This lesson plan focuses on Irving’s use of literary motifs and symbols in developing the story’s themes. In studying the motifs and symbols, students will be better able to describe “The Devil and Tom Walker” as an example of social
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This lesson plan focuses on Shakespeare’s use of motif in developing an important theme in Hamlet. In studying deception as a motif, students will be better able to identify and describe a major theme in the play. OwlEyes.org lesson plans have been
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This lesson plan focuses on how Macbeth develops as a dynamic character in regard to the internal conflict he experiences in murdering King Duncan. In studying the soliloquy, students will be better able to describe and explain Macbeth’s mental and
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This lesson plan focuses on identifying themes in A Doll's House by interpreting literary motifs in the drama. Students identify and analyze examples in the text in order to explain the ideas communicated and how they inform the play. About this
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This lesson plan focuses on how Lincoln uses ethos and pathos in his second inaugural address. Students will identify and analyze examples and explain why they are effective given Lincoln's historical context. About this Document OwlEyes.org lesson
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This lesson plan focuses on analyzing the lovers' first exchange in the famous balcony scene. Students will determine how Juliet uses rhetoric to correct Romeo's discourse and ground his idealized love in reality. About this Document OwlEyes.org
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This lesson plan focuses on Emerson's use of aphorism and parataxis in order to develop themes in "Self-Reliance." Students will identify and interpret examples of these literary devices in order to determine the ideas they express. About this
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This lesson plan focuses on how London communicates themes in the story be developing the protagonist as a dynamic character. Students will identify his character traits at key points in the text, determine how he changes over time, and explain how
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Our mission is to make public domain texts more accessible in the classroom and to equip educators with all the resources needed to teach the texts we know and love. We're obsessed with education and will continue to create the best tools to help people read and learn—and enjoy doing it! Our website lets you read free texts on any device, read annotations, write your own, save books for later, or create reading groups to collaborate with friends and peers. Plan your next lesson as an Owl Eyes Teacher Member! Our Teacher Members unlock exclusive access to our lesson plans, teaching guides, classroom activities, and more. Learn more about becoming a member and about how to get access for your school by visiting our website.

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