Reflection: Put Said to Bed - Section 3: Worktime

 

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Put Said to Bed

Unit 1: Narrative Writing
Lesson 13 of 14

Objective: SWBAT: analyze the impact of specific word choice and how it affects meaning.

Big Idea: After reading 130 rough drafts of our first set of Personal Narratives, I read the word "said" in dialogue no less than a thousand times. Here's what I did to remedy this!

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