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Tammi Kantola

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Watsons Go to Birmingham - Chapter Three

The setting of a novel refers to the time and place the events occur. What is the setting of this novel? Tell how you know with evidence from the story. Begin by drawing a picture of the setting. Then use the caption to explain what you have drawn as the setting. You can use the label to label different things in your picture that show setting. Remember to begin by telling what it is and then cite text from the story that proves your ideas. Make sure to explain why you think the text you have written supports your answer. Click the button Click the button Draw a picture of the setting. Using the button write why you think this is the setting and what text supports your ideas. Use the to label parts of the picture you have drawn that are important to the setting. Click the button so submit.

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, Reading
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