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Serial Writing: Getting the First Words On Paper

Unit 3: Serial Writing: A Creative Outlet While Reading Great Expectations
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Objective: SWBAT write narratives using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences by applying their knowledge of Dickens, and narratives in general, to their own storyline.

Big Idea: Putting their own stories on paper empowers teenagers.

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