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So, This Is Middle School

Unit 1: Reader's & Writer's Workshop: The Launch
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: SWBAT start the year off by setting up the writer's notebook, listening to their first read aloud, and thinking about how they received their name.

Big Idea: How did you receive your name? Do you have a prized nickname? Students think about how names play into their own identity.

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English / Language Arts, reading , writing, workshop
  45 minutes
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