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Nonfiction: Text features, author's purpose, main idea, Oh My!

Unit 16: Creative Test Prep and Review
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT determine a central idea of a text and an author's purpose by reading an article and creating a graphic organizer that identifies each element.

Big Idea: Evaluating a controversial article is a great way to get students to consider author's purpose.

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