Setting the Scene for Student Discovery - Section 2: Focus on Setting

  Setting the Scene for Student Discovery
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Focus on Setting

Unit 7: Of Mice and Men Part I
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: Having read chapter one of Of Mice and Men, SWBAT create visual representations of the setting in order to make possible inferences about its contribution to the text.

Big Idea: Students take "asking why" into their own hands and onto the road of discovery.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Reading Fluency, Vocabulary, setting, character analysis
  70 minutes
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