Students reading around the room - Section 1: Silent Read/Check-In Log/Confer

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Sort Out Your Issues

Unit 8: My Story, My Memory. Memoir
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: SWBAT relate their real lives to literature by sorting out the types of conflict they face from day to day.

Big Idea: Students find a conflict they have had in their every day life and then categorize it by its type, hereby enabling them to connect with the conflicts they are encountering during reading.

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