Short Story Package: "You Need to go Upstairs": Word Wall/Constructed Response

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This is a wonderful short story about a young woman overcoming the personal challenges of being blind. Rumer Godden tells the the story in the second person so that we can identify with the character.

This short story package includes: a word wall unit, 4 constructed responses (writing prompts), mini posters with essential questions and CCSS Goals, rubric, several word wall activities.
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2 hours

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