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Firehouse Dogs: Finding the Main Ideas

Unit 3: Nonfiction Part I
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: Identify the main ideas and supporting details in a nonfiction article about dalmations. Write a well-organized summary.

Big Idea: Dalmatians and firehouses just seem to go together. To discover how the relationship between the two started, students must unravel a complex text.

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