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Literature Circle Prep Work Day

Unit 6: Multicultural Literature Circles
Lesson 7 of 17

Objective: SWBAT read and fill in discussion boxes in preparation for their group meeting.

Big Idea: How can we prepare for small group meetings? Students read their novels and determine how setting impacts the conflict.

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