Surrealistic Art and Grammar?!?: Kush, Sentence Combining, and Narrative Writing

Unit 10: Writing about Art: Exploring Image and Linguistic Connections
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write engaging narrative by writing about a piece of surrealistic art; by completing a grammar puzzle focusing on commas and sentence structure.

Big Idea: It is exciting to enter into the dreamworld of surrealistic art and to narrate possible pathways.

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