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Hero or Not? Close reading of Biography to Support an Argument

Unit 2: Tearing into Informational Text
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use key details from a short biography to prove that a historical figure is a hero.

Big Idea: Congratulations! You have been selected to choose the world's next hero. Let's see if you have what it takes to choose wisely.

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English / Language Arts, character trait, Nonfiction (Reading), Nonfiction Literature, close read, text structures, informational text, interactive notebook
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