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Four Seasons (Part Two)

Unit 16: An Apple A Day Is A Fun Way To Learn
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to retell and label the events of the story in order, including some key details.

Big Idea: Students describe qualitative changes through the seasons with the help of an apple tree.

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English / Language Arts, main idea, Poetry, story structure, informative
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