Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot, & Objective Summary

Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
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This is an essential question and focus questions Thinking Map way to introduce 8th grade literature text standard CCSS RL.8.2. Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text, including its relationship to the characters, setting, and plot; provide an objective summary of the text.

This includes the two-page bellringer activity, Thinking Map to use with the texts, and the essential question and focus questions to be printed for classroom display while you are working on this skill. Both the theme and summarizing sets are included! It also includes the theme poster and summarizing poster that are freebies in my store.

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Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,
Determine a Theme, Its Development, Relationship to Plot,