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Structuring and Brainstorming Our Own Writing

Unit 5: Analyzing Author's Craft and Expository Writing on Sharks
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT select important facts from the text and categorize it on a Tree Map in order to brainstorm their own ideas for their writing.

Big Idea: It's the beginning of the research process. Students learn how to be selective when taking information from a text to use in their own writing.

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