Checking in with the Blue Reading Group - Section 4: Collaborative Activity

 
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Literary Stories Can Contain Factual Information

Unit 2: Life Cycle of the Flutter Kind
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT compare a literary story to an informational text and distinguish facts from fiction.

Big Idea: Your students will discover that it is possible for a literary story to contain a fact or two.

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