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Danielle Jones
Danielle Jones • 49 weeks ago

A 5-week unit on “Night” by Elie Wiesel that can be taught in either ELA or Social Studies, including learning objectives, teaching tips, Common Core State Standards, a student packet, graphic organizers, activities, vocabulary quizzes, and unit exam. All answer keys are included in this 113-page product. $24.00

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