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What do You Think About That? Reviewing Comprehension Strategies Through Letter Writing

Unit 6: Letter Writing, Dictionary Skills, and Language Study
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT to use a letter format to respond to a class read aloud.

Big Idea: Students are encouraged to thoughtfully respond to the text when they write letters to their peers.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Fiction (Reading), dictionary (Sources of Info), Comprehension (Reading), homophones, review, 4th grade, letter, Fourth Grade, fourth, responding, Letter Writing, Comprehension Strategies, dictionary, dictionary skills
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