Introduction To Summer Reading Project and Modeling Characterization

Unit 12: Summer Reading Assessment
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Objective: SWBAT analyze lines of a novel in order to determine aspects of a character.

Big Idea: Using a picture book to model characterization: Finding the lines that reveal the character.

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