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Facts, Inferences, Equivocation, Satire: "The Owl Who Was God": reduced price until January 15th!

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1-page critical thinking questions that go with the Thurber fable, "The Owl Who Was God"
   
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critical thinking constructed response worksheet for Thurber's "The Owl Who Was God"; compares/contrasts facts and inferences, equivocation and satire; can be used for assessment, group work/discussion, homework
   
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