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Lesson 20: Analyzing how an author develops contrasting points of view in a literary text and paraphrasing poetry

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Students compare and contrast the points of view of various characters in Blood on the River and consider how and why the author develops the different points of view. Then students read aloud a poem, practice fluency, and paraphrase the text.

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