For use with ANY novel or short story. Incredibly versatile.
Students will complete a graphic organizer in which they identify themes, cite evidence to support those themes, and explain how the evidence supports the themes. Then, they will use the graphic organizer to respond to a CCSS-based constructed response prompt.
This is an enhanced version of my free activity that has almost 1900 downloads and a 4-star rating.
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