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Generating Ideas It's easy to go back to these stories when you are talking about ideas for personal narratives. After reading both books, you can create a chart with the students showing how the story elements are the same and different in each story.
The beginning of spring is a great time to talk about the changes in the seasons - weather, plants and animals, clothing, etc. I also like to compare and contrast the two stories, as well. So, exactly what IS an interactive read aloud?
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