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Using Speech Bubbles to Deconstruct a Persuasive Essay

Unit 5: The Readiness Is All: Engaging Your Students in Persuasive Writing
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT deconstruct a persuasive essay to understand the writer's craft by adding speech bubbles to a text.

Big Idea: Accomplish close reading and comprehension using speech bubbles to annotate an essay.

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English / Language Arts, Differentiation, "Breakfast on Mars", Culture for Learning, Common Core Alignment, Flexibility
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