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  1. HiImMikeEnglish

    It’s a great idea! However, I would love more to work with here. Feels like the class could go too quickly with just this alone. In any case, it’s a great supplementary tool!

    1. Ewa

      Hi Mike, thanks for your comment. Critical Reading Club lessons usually take around 30 minutes to complete (unless your students are very talkative). If your students are interested in the topic of activism, you can also use the lesson Does protest always lead to change?

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