Question Everything! Asking and Answering Level Three Question

Unit 12: Literacy: Naturalism and Understanding Conflict in the American Short Story
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT analyze theme and key idea of the Realism, Regionalism, and Naturalism literary movements by asking questions that idealize, imagine, and predict.

Big Idea: Third Floor: Housewares, Critical Thinking, Evaluation, and "What-If Questions"!

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English / Language Arts, Literature, Comprehension (Reading), Fictional Literature, Test Review, Student Generated Questions, Three Levels of Questioning
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