Reflection: Coherence We Read to Write - Section 3: Independent Practice: Student Outlines

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We Read to Write

Unit 2: My story, my memory, Memoir
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write an outline that will help to develop their memoir/narrative.

Big Idea: Students are introduced to the writing portion of this unit. They will be developing a memoir or narrative, told from their point of view. This narrative can be embellished or exaggerated, or students can choose to write a traditional memoir.

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