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Lesson 35: Digging deeper with close reading

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Students reread excerpts from "How We Crossed the West: The Adventures of Lewis and Clark" to dig deeper into the meaning of the text. They examine characteristics of tall tales within the text as well as explore Sacagawea’s role in the expedition by identifying how her presence prevents several disasters.

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