Reviewing Plot, Characters, and Theme to Prepare for Assessment

Unit 8: Extending Literary Reading in the Middle Chapters of The Kite Runner
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT identify key plot details and respond to higher-level questions about theme and character in the first half of the novel The Kite Runner by engaging in test preparation strategies.

Big Idea: We turn towards preparing for a summative assessment of the first half of The Kite Runner to gauge how well students are progressing with the challenging text.

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