Pain and the Great One.pdf - Section 2: Setting a Purpose

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Who's Telling this Story Anyway?

Unit 14: Skill and Strategy Practice with Fiction Texts
Lesson 6 of 14

Objective: SWBAT determine basic fictional elements after listening to the story, "The Pain and the Great One."

Big Idea: Students will ask and answer questions to determine the story's narrator and the impact each narrator has on the plot. Students also determine the setting of the book in order to compare it to a similar text in another lesson.

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