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The Last Dog. Conflict & Setting. Identify 4 examples of conflict using text evidence. Using the 4 topics below identify why the SETTING is important to the text. Use text evidence to support your answer. 2 examples for each. Clothing/ culture Technology Life inside the dome

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Conflict setting
Conflict & Setting

  • Identify 4 examples of conflict using text evidence.

  • Using the 4 topics below identify why the SETTING is important to the text. Use text evidence to support your answer. 2 examples for each.

    • Clothing/ culture

    • Technology

    • Life inside the dome

    • Environment outside dome

    • With your partner, make 4 inferences using the text evidence you collected. (1 for each box)

    • If Brock had not found Brog, would he have been content to stay inside forever? Explain.

    • Pre-AP/GT


Conflict setting1
Conflict & Setting

  • Sequencing – Identify 4 important events and write them in the order they occurred.

  • Using the 4 topics below identify why the SETTING is important to the text. 2 examples for each.

    • Clothing/ culture

    • Technology

    • Life inside the dome

    • Environment outside dome

    • Find text evidence to support what you wrote down.

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