A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}

A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
A Separate Peace Close Reading Notes Chapters 11-13 {CCSS}
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This touching coming-of-age story still rings true in our modern times. John Knowles writes poignantly in A Separate Peace of envy and friendship and war and tragedy.

These close reading notes are meant to be used while reading, or after. Students can complete on their own, or work with partners or small groups to complete.

Chapters 11-13 are covered in this purchase. Please see preview and thumbnails to get a feel for what you will get. Answer Keys are included.

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