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Can I Ask You a Question? Peers Support to Develop Guiding Questions

Unit 3: World Culture Research Project
Lesson 4 of 13

Objective: SWBAT provide questions based on their peers' subtopics.

Big Idea: Students develop their skill of thinking about the reader by coming up with questions for a subtopic not their own while simultaneously supporting their peers.

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