Reflection: Introducing a Novel: Maroo of the Winter Caves - Section 5: Wrap Up

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Introducing a Novel: Maroo of the Winter Caves

Unit 5: Maroo of the Winter Caves: Historical Fiction
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Objective: SWBAT make pre-reading predictions based on short, descriptive phrases from the text and write a post-reading reflection.

Big Idea: Introduce a diverse class of sixth grade students to a historical fiction novel set during the Ice Age.

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