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War of the Worlds: Story Tellers who Turn Fiction Into Reality

Unit 4: There Is Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself
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Objective: SWBAT use compare and contrast strategies to discuss America’s fears by analyzing information from the PBS documentary American Experience: War of the Worlds and drawing on personal experience.

Big Idea: Don't turn that dial--radio dial that is. How does language create audience credibility?

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