Practice subordinating conjunctions (after, because, before, so that, when, while, etc) within the context of this exceptional work of historical fiction. Pair this with your study of the American Revolution!
Reviewing sentence structure in the context of a great story gives students practice as part of the writing process. The practice initiates discussion of the story and ensures a better grasp of its key elements.
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