My Life-Changing Story -As Told by My Classmate

Unit 6: Ruby Bridges
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast a firsthand and secondhand account of their own life-changing events.

Big Idea: We have compared and contrasted a firsthand account and a secondhand account of the story of Ruby Bridges. In this lesson, it is the students' life-changing stories we will now compose firsthand and secondhand accounts of in order to compare and contrast.

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English / Language Arts, Writing (ELL), Literature, Nonfiction Literature, biography, interview, compare and contrast, personal life changing story, Informational Writing
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