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Literature Circles: How does setting affect the conflict?

Unit 6: Multicultural Literature Circles
Lesson 8 of 17

Objective: SWBAT meet in small groups and determine ways in which immediate and general setting affects the conflict in their novels.

Big Idea: Is this setting immediate or general? How does it add to the conflict?

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