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When we read (or see or hear) a story, our mind naturally and unconsciously creates a crux of that story: an essential understanding of what the story is about. There is enormous value in supporting students in making this process explicit. By writing a crux of a story, students demonstrate their essential understanding of a story and what they consider important in the story at the level of plot and theme. By comparing their cruxes (or in writing one as a group), students engage in shared meaning-making. This activity is an excellent means to have students crystallize and retain their understanding of any story.
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