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Resolution (Solution) (Resolve)

Unit 10: Overcoming Obstacles
Lesson 12 of 15

Objective: SWBAT listen to the ending of "So B. It," as well as determine different parts of the plot taken from the novel.

Big Idea: How do we determine parts of plot? In groups, can students determine the parts of plot given at random from the class read aloud "So B It?"

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