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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn AP Teaching Unit
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- analyze the characters of Huck and Jim and their relationship to each other.
- explain the impact of the first-person protagonist narrator on the story.
- discuss the techniques Twain uses to create suspense.
- discuss Twain’s use of humor, satire, and occasional pathos.
- examine, identify, and discuss the use of imagery and figurative language in the novel.
- analyze the importance of literary elements, such as irony and foreshadowing, on the development of the plot.
- identify and explain Twain’s social themes as expressed in the novel.
- identify and explain the significance in the characterization of different social classes during the time period of the novel.
- respond to multiple choice questions similar to those that will appear on the Advanced Placement in English Literature and Composition exam.
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