Classroom Video: Complex Tasks - Section 4: Small Group Letter Drafting

 
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Dear Walter: Please Come Back To School

Unit 6: Bad Boy Part II
Lesson 1 of 11

Objective: SWBAT to use evidence from key chapters of Bad Boy to help them determine what purpose, argument, audience, and persona to consider when organizing a letter to Myers as the 16-year-old high school drop-out.

Big Idea: Knowing your audience means getting what you want or need.

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