Reflection: Pacing Using Dashes - Section 1: Do Now: What's the Pattern?


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Using Dashes

Unit 9: Expository Writing
Lesson 6 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to correctly use a dash (versus a hyphen) by writing practice sentences.

Big Idea: Ready, set, dash! Using dashes to emphasize sentence elements.

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