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Analyzing Chapters 12-14 to Help Write a Narrative

Unit 12: Novel Study: The Hunger Games
Lesson 14 of 21

Objective: Students will be able to analyze a character's actions in a discussion and by writing a narrative from a specific point of view.

Big Idea: Students analyze the character's communication, choices, and consequences of actions and apply that to writing a narrative.

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