Annotating Text to Write Open Response Essay on The Blast Furnace

Unit 14: Narrative Writing
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction by annotating the text and by using the P.E.E organizer to write an open response.

Big Idea: Students "blast" into nonfiction reading and analysis as they read, annotate, and write about influences in The Blast Furnace

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