On Such a Full Sea Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapters 1-3

• The following version of this book was used to create this Lesson Plan: Lee, Chang-Rae, Riverhead Books, 2014. Hardcover.

• In Chapter 1, the narrator describes their community, which is known as B-Mor.

• Their community is safer and more stable than communities outside of the wall.

• The people of B-Mor came from New China.

• They have fish hatcheries that they farm, and they sell some of the fish to the Charter communities.

• The people of B-Mor also have grow facilities to grow different types of plants.

• Fan was a young woman who was small and often mistaken for a child.

• She worked as a cleaner in the fish tanks.

• People in B-Mor are comfortable and have everything they need.

• However, Fan leaves B-Mor.

• The narrator describes how Fan was at home in the fish tanks and that she preferred being in the tanks.

• Often the workers in the tanks...

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