Wind Says Goodnight emergent reader - Section 3: Extend Understanding

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Let's Read Wind Says Goodnight

Unit 9: Seasons and Weather
Lesson 13 of 15

Objective: SWBAT answer text dependent questions upon a second read of Wind Says Goodnight. SWBAT share in the reading of an emergent reader Wind Says Goodnight.

Big Idea: I can understand my reading and I will prove it!

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