Possible "So B. It" excerpt used in theme analysis. - Section 3: Theme Analysis: What do the character's say and do that relate to the words?

 
  Possible "So B. It" excerpt used in theme analysis.
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Assessing Theme

Unit 10: Overcoming Obstacles
Lesson 13 of 15

Objective: SWBAT choose two "central idea words" that sum up the theme of our read aloud, take notes, and begin their theme maps.

Big Idea: To understand the theme, students must understand the author's message, or takeaway.

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