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Ashley Smith

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I Love you, Michael Collins (pgs. 76-87) Contrasts and Contradictions

When an author has a character act in a way that is different than they usually act or different than I expect them to, I ask myself: “Why is the character doing that?” This could help you make a prediction or make an inference about the plot and conflict. Write about a contrast or contradiction you noticed about a character in this letter. What were they like before? What are you noticing now? What is a prediction you might make or what are you thinking about the plot or conflict?

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Reading, English Language Arts
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