Paradise Lost: Concept Analysis
New to using Paradise Lost in your classroom? Here's a packet that provides background information, lists of research projects, and enrichment resources. A great addition to your curriculum file.
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- Designed as a teacher resource, the packet is the third in a series of seven resources that use Paradise Lost as an anchor text
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