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Lesson 9: Vocabulary, symbolism, plot, character development, and setting development in The Scarlet Letter

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Students complete vocabulary, plot, symbolism, character, and setting analysis activities in their unit literature circles in preparation for the Culminating Writing Task. Students then reread chapter one of the text to explore Hawthorne’s use of symbolism, imagery, and diction in creating a mood.

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