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Figurative Language with Goldilocks

Unit 1: Reading Strategies: Beginning of the Year
Lesson 3 of 15

Objective: SWBAT understand figurative language through guided practice of a similar version of Goldy Locks and the Three Bears.

Big Idea: Other versions of a popular story are so fun to read aloud. In this case we use a different story to compare versions and explore how an author uses figurative language in their books. Students will begin to practice slowing down for figurative language.

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