Reflective Writing: A Letter to my Junior Self

Unit 8: Reflective writing: Ending the year on a positive note
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Objective: SWBAT write a expository text which develops real experiences and events by reflecting on their sophomore year in a letter to be opened later.

Big Idea: What do I want to tell my future self?

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