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Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip

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Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
Common Core Standards
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Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip

Learning Target: I can track a characters development and reveal their thoughts and point of view throughout the course of the text.

Out of the Dust - This Common Core-aligned lesson for Karen Hesse's “Out of the Dust” allows students to focus on identifying how the character “Billie Jo” changes throughout the novel through sentence starters and a comic strip graphic organizer. There’s even a spot for students to write a brief explanation describing why Billie Jo changed throughout the novel. It also comes with an answer key! Whether used with whole-class instruction, small groups, or for independent reading, this graphic organizer is designed to prompt students to think deeply about the text and to show evidence of their thinking.
TEXT: OUT OF THE DUST by Karen Hesse
GRADE LEVEL: 7-12
COMMON CORE = (RL.6.1, RL.6.3, RL.6.6, W.6.9a)
Total Pages
5
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 hour

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Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip
Out of the Dust Character Change and Development Comic Strip