Discussing and Writing Our First Contrasting Question - 3 Pigs Day 4.mp4 - Section 2: Stating the Objective and Modeling Our First Point

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Speaking, Listening and Writing Compound Contrasting Sentences

Unit 6: Comparing and Contrasting with the Three Little Pigs
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT take the information from their double bubble maps and write complex contrasting sentences using a connecting word.

Big Idea: Today we are contrasting our two stories and writing a compound sentence using a connecting word. We are analyzing how the author structured their stories while we contrast

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Fiction (Reading), Reading Comprehension, Comparing and Contrasting
  40 minutes
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