Reading And Responding: Lesson 2 Nonfiction
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Eighth graders follow a teacher led lesson plan that examines the strategies for reading works of nonfiction. They decide on author's purpose and examine context clues while reading nonfiction. Finally, they complete an associated worksheet.
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