So, Whom Do You Believe?
In this writing worksheet, students learn that a writer will sometimes use two narrators to present two different views in a story. After reading an example of this, students write a story that has 2 narrators. Students may use one of the suggested story starters or think of their own ideas.
End of Unit 2 Assessment: Working with Two Texts - Reading, Listening, Summarizing, and Synthesizing
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