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Comparison & Contrast Paragraph Writing Using Two Texts

Unit 5: Literary: Point of View & Perspective in American Born Chinese
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT write effective informative paragraph(s) by selecting evidence from two separate texts and writing about them in a comparison/contrast paragraph.

Big Idea: We focus on writing about more than one text! This is an important and exciting development in our ability to synthesize.

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