AP* Literature Teaching Units

Reproducible curriculum unit


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By the end of this unit, students will be able to: explain the use of figurative language to expand the major themes of the work; analyze the author’s style and the techniques she uses to convey mood; analyze the functions of the novel’s structure, including the author’s use of internal monologues; trace the development of motifs like the supernatural and their contribution to theme; analyze the significance of the novel within the context of both United States history and contemporary literature; trace the development of complex and intertwining themes in the novel; and analyze the use of multiple points of view, including third-person omniscient narrator, and its relation to the novel’s major themes. 45 pages. ©2010.

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