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Change is Good

Unit 2: My story, my memory, Memoir
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT provide constructive feedback for their peer's narrative writing.

Big Idea: Can we effectively give feedback in a courteous and constructive way? By the end of this lesson, students should walk away with some concrete ways to improve their narratives.

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