Guided Annotations - Section 2: Independent Practice

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Close Reading For Conflict-Day 2

Unit 9: BootCamp
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: SWBAT to utilize their annotations to analyze a text and demonstrate understanding.

Big Idea: Students see the usefulness in their annotations as they work to analyze the story and determine if conflict is always a bad thing.

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