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This HUGE, 112-page literature unit for The BFG by Roald Dahl includes chapter-by-chapter analyses, 22 additional Common Core aligned activities, Culminating Project Choices, and answer keys. Open-ended questions and graphic organizers are easily adaptable to every type of learner. Purchase today, and use a classic book to teach tricky Common Core standards!