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Independent Practice Applying Social Criticism Vocabulary

Unit 12: Introduction to Routines, Skills and Techniques
Lesson 6 of 11

Objective: SWBAT gain better understanding of new terminology and practice analyzing texts by applying new terms to another text independently.

Big Idea: Collaborative work immediately followed by independent practice is a great way of giving students the multiple opportunities they need to practice skills.

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English / Language Arts, paragraph (Composition Basics), revision (Writing Process), social criticism, levels of inquiry, discussions, questioning technique
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