Story Elements and "Raymond's Run"

Unit 7: Short Stories, Plays, and Elements of Fiction
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Objective: SWBAT analyze Raymond's Run by looking at story elements and how each contributes to the reader's experience. In particular, students will be looking at the first person narrator, "Squeaky," and how the author develops the story through her POV.

Big Idea: Story elements, such as point of view, are tools that the author uses to shape the reading experience.

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