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Exploring How Social Environment Impacts Setting

Unit 4: Elements of Literature
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Objective: TSW build upon prior knowledge of the Elements of Literature using the story "Raymond's Run" with a specific focus on the types of character as well as the added component of "social environment" to the concept of setting.

Big Idea: Social Environment helps students make sense of Squeaky's stress in the story, "Raymond's Run"

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