Students analyze Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for superstitions. In this literature lesson, students discuss superstitious beliefs after reading chapter 10, wherein Jim and Huck talk about superstitions. Then students work in groups to locate other examples of superstitions found in the text. Students are given three creative project options from which to choose to demonstrate their understanding of the use of superstition in literature.
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