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I shared the first paragraph of Born a Crime in class as an example of interesting leads when we started our narrative unit. I have never seen my students so interested! They wanted to know more and I want to share other cultures with them. I would love to use Born a Crime as a novel study while they're learning about the African continent in Social Studies. Our Social Studies department also goes through the 7 continents throughout the year. Creating a cross-curricular unit will help them see how the skills they learn in one class can be applied in multiple areas, which is something students have really struggled to understand.

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I shared the first paragraph of Born a Crime in class as an example of interesting leads when we started our narrative unit. I have never seen my students so interested! They wanted to know more and I want to share other cultures with them. I would love to use Born a Crime as a novel study while they're learning about the African continent in Social Studies. Our Social Studies department also goes through the 7 continents throughout the year. Creating a cross-curricular unit will help them see how the skills they learn in one class can be applied in multiple areas, which is something students have really struggled to understand.

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