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JENOVIA CHUNYK

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Finding Langston C.S.I. πŸŽ¨βš‘πŸ’­

Think about the big ideas and themes in Finding Langston. Look back through your notes and think about Langston Hughes's poem "Daybreak in Alabama" too. 1. Choose a color that represents the ideas you have from what you have learned. Use page 5 to help you match the mood and tone of the story with the perfect color. Explain your thinking. 2. A symbol is a simple graphic or image that stands for something else. Visit pages 6 & 7 for some examples of common images. Create or choose a symbol that represents the big idea(s) from Finding Langston. Explain why you chose that symbol. 3. An image is like a photograph or drawing of a scene. Draw an image that represents the theme of Finding Langston. Page 8 has some pointers to help you think of what to draw. Be ready to share your choices in class. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers. The color, symbol, and image you choose are true for you and your interpretation of the book. BONUS! On page 8, check out the extra poems, videos, and websites on Langston Hughes!

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Social Studies, Science, English Language Arts
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