Reflection: Complex Tasks Read for Meaning: The Sound of Summer Running - Section 2: Read Aloud

 
  Descriptive writing in the "Sound of Summer Running."
  Read for Meaning: The Sound of Summer Running
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Read for Meaning: The Sound of Summer Running

Unit 8: Character Change: Short Stories
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT employ comprehensions strategies to understand a text.

Big Idea: Uncovering the literal meaning of a story takes skill.

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