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The Puritan Era


This unit will introduce students to literature written about the  Puritans' morality and beliefs.  Teachers will find many interative activites and resources to help students  comprehend the challenging texts.

Learning Targets: 
Explore the key idea of morality.
Read and analyze an excerpt from a sermon set in 1741. Read a drama set in 1692.
Analyze the emotional appeal of fear. Explore the key idea of hysteria.
Draw conclusions about characters.
Use writing to analyze literature.
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