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The Smallest Dragonboy_Lesson Plan

Course Number: SS 0708, Fall 2009

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The Smallest Dragonboy Megan Sheridan, Sam Brannan Middle School *This is a two-period lesson. Day 6 & 7 Opener/Preview: Quickwrite on page 118 of HOLT Literature book: "Have you ever wanted to do something that you thought would be too hard or that someone said you couldn't do? What motivated you to overcome your difficulties? Take some notes about a time when you faced a challenge as an...

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Smallest The Dragonboy Megan Sheridan, Sam Brannan Middle School *This is a two-period lesson. Day 6 & 7 Opener/Preview: Quickwrite on page 118 of HOLT Literature book: "Have you ever wanted to do something that you thought would be too hard or that someone said you couldn't do? What motivated you to overcome your di...

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