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KAES English 3 EQs

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KAES English 3 EQ's

 

Unit 9

1. What is the American Dream (as it applies to this unit)

2. How does the author make use of diction and foreshadowing in the novel?

3. What is the role of dreams?

4. How does a person's setting define them?

 

Unit 8

1. What is the American Dream and how has it evolved over time? 

2. Why is place so important to the American identity?

3. What are the things that make all people and places interconnected?

4. How do we realize our dreams and visions for the future, and how do we strive to achieve them? 

 

Unit 7

1. What is the American Dream (as it applies to this unit)

2. Is there a dark side to American success?

3. Does the definition of success in America cross the divides of social class, race, sex, gender, and citizenship?

4. How does the author's point of view compare to yours? 

 

Unit 6

1. What is the American Dream (as it applies to this unit)

2. How did the Civil War impact literature?

3. How did the influx of women writers impact the development of American Literature?

4. How is literature a response to culture/history of the time period? 

 

Unit 5

1. What is the American Dream (as it applies to this unit)?

2. How do we know an author is reliable? 

3. How does point of view affect literature?

4. How do obstacles affect the pursuit of the American Dream?

 

Unit 4

1. What is the American Dream?

2. How does an author use specific literary elements and why does the author use them? 

3. Where can I identify examples of literary elements in other areas of life?

4. How does the author's point of view affect the piece of literature?

 

Unit 3

1. What is the American Dream?

2. How does history repeat itself?

3. What values are communicated in the author's writing (i.e purpose)?

 

Unit 2

1. What is the American Dream? 

2. Why do we still read Shakespeare? How do we make it relevant?

3. How  does a writer use language devices (imagery, diction, tone, etc) for specific effects in a story? 

 

Unit 1

1. What is the American Dream?

2. How do discrimination and persecution differ?

3. What prompts each new generation of human kind to target scapegoats?

4. How can my understanding of specific literary devices aid in my comprehension of the text?  

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