AP* Literature Teaching Units
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By the end of this unit, students will be able to: explain how historical allusions affect the text; analyze the text as a work of satire; analyze the development of the text’s primary philosophical arguments; explain how the text addresses the problem of evil; explain how the author’s sentiment affects the novella’s overall tone; outline the plot, showing where the story conforms to and breaks from standard novella conventions; evaluate the effectiveness of satire in communicating the author’s message; analyze symbols and motifs for meaning, purpose, and effectiveness; and identify each character by type (flat or round, static or dynamic, protagonist or antagonist, main or secondary, foil, etc.) and explain his/her effect on the text. 81 pages. ©2012.
This title is part of the series: CANDIDE