Sending and Sharing Questions - Section 2: Discussing Characters & Developing Questions

 
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Book Groups: Analyzing Characters & Send a Question

Unit 6: Unlocking Mood and Other Elements of Horror
Lesson 12 of 18

Objective: SWBAT conduct thoughtful, productive discussions about their independent reading novels (Something Wicked...or Hill House)

Big Idea: How does it work when students run the discussion?

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