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Exploring Friendship With Bridge to Terabithia

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Exploring Friendship With Bridge to Terabithia

Grades 4 – 6
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Six 45- to 60-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Lisa L. Owens

Lisa L. Owens

Issaquah, Washington


International Literacy Association


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June 08, 2015

Great ideas and resource to support students and guide them while reading.


Betty Williams

June 12, 2014

I'm anxious to use this unit for summer school. I'm going to incorporate it into a scrapbook format.



April 23, 2013

I am excited to try this lesson for the last couple of weeks of school! Thank you for your wonderful resources!


Kelly Szurko

January 03, 2013

Thanks for the great ideas! Can't wait to try them!!



December 13, 2011

i love this book it is a very good lesson



August 03, 2010

Thanks for the great resources! As a first year teacher this has helped me out a lot!


Caitlin Burns

June 10, 2010

Also looking forward to using this resource. Thank you for compiling it! I will let you know how it goes.



March 14, 2010

I think this is an interesting lesson plan. Looking forward to using it in my class.



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