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A Real Thank You

Unit 21: Lesson with Writing
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT write a thank you letter to people who donated materials, books, and funds to a class project.

Big Idea: The art of saying thank you is so much more meaningful when students put their words on paper. In this lesson students write real thank you notes that will be mailed to give them a real world experience and motivation for genuine effort.

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