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  • Sarah Threlkeld

    Interesting comprehension strategy - have students "step in" to the story and analyze from the characters' POVs and "step out" of the story to think about the author's choices

  • Bonnie Ramsey

    Step In! Step Out! - Teaching students to analyze a story by "stepping in" and "stepping out." - could be modified to be a great POV/mood-tone foldable

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