Reflection: Checks for Understanding Close Reading with Song of the Trees - Section 6: Closing


I can see from my student's "write longs" that most are thinking deeper about the story, but I want them to come up with an overall deeper theme. Tomorrow we will work on upgrading their theme and author's craft in order for students to analyze the story in depth.

  Reflection of Theme Revisions
  Checks for Understanding: Reflection of Theme Revisions
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Close Reading with Song of the Trees

Unit 11: Literary Essay Part One; Song the Trees
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWABT read Song of the Tress closely by rereading the most important part in order to revise their theme.

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