Reflection: Relevance The Dress Code Debate - Section 3: Close Read


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The Dress Code Debate

Unit 5: A Different Perspective
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use a close read and research to debate about whether or not students should have a dress code.

Big Idea: Students use a close read and research to debate about whether or not students should have a dress code.

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