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Life in Appalachia: Photos from a ‘Valley of Poverty,’ 1964

Life in Appalachia: Photos from a ‘Valley of Poverty,’ 1964

Life in Appalachia: Photos from a ‘Valley of Poverty,’ 1964. Close Read of a Photograph. Close Reading. Today we will be doing a close reading. “Close reading is a careful and purposeful rereading of a text.” –Douglas Fisher

By RoyLauris
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Unit 1: Childhood

Unit 1: Childhood

Unit 1: Childhood. What are three things you look forward to in adulthood? Share What are three things you think you’ll miss about being a kid? Share After watching the video, respond to this question: Do you think competition should be part of everyone’s childhood?

By muncel
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Look, Learn Connect: How to Interpret Art through the “Close Read”

Look, Learn Connect: How to Interpret Art through the “Close Read”

Look, Learn Connect: How to Interpret Art through the “Close Read”. TEACHER LAB. Step 1: Formal Analysis Describe aesthetics (color, space, composition, other elements) and subject matter. Step 2: Contextual Analysis

By hien
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From Persuasion to Argumentation

From Persuasion to Argumentation

From Persuasion to Argumentation. Argumentation. Persuasion. Learning Objectives. 4d. Examine what each part of argumentation is: claim, support/evidence, and explanation/ commentary (CSE).

By loman
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“Love” by Maxwell williams

“Love” by Maxwell williams

“Love” by Maxwell williams. Close read. Close read #1 Tuesday, 11/20/12 Vocabulary/background research. Research (green sheet handout) see “Absent Work” crate. Tuesday , 12/4/2012. On the notebook paper with your list of coordinating conjunctions and subordinating conjuntions

By magar
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Team Building and Nurturing

Team Building and Nurturing

Team Building and Nurturing. SQUIGGLE. BOX. CIRCLE. RECTANGLE. TRIANGLE. The Game. Which Shape Best Describes You as a Person?. Psycho Geometrics. Looking beyond the “I” in our rush to get our job done. Based on the work of Susan Dellinger, Ph.D. The Box.

By jessie
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HAPPY FRIDAY DEBATE!!

HAPPY FRIDAY DEBATE!!

HAPPY FRIDAY DEBATE!!. Each group has been provided with a unique article to read. Each member needs to follow the directions below to ensure a successful debate today. 1. Read the article provided, completing a close read as you go.

By fauve
(103 views)

English 10 September 16

English 10 September 16

English 10 September 16. Bell Ringer: She whispered a silent prayer to herself and drifted off to sleep. English 10 September 16. Plan:. Finish reading and working on “Evacuation Order No. 19” page 242 . Finish close read handout. I Can…:. Analyze the third person limited narrator

By mikaia
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Tuesday, September 4

Tuesday, September 4

Tuesday, September 4. Classwork. Homework . Microscope Test Thursday RWQ #3 and foldable Friday. Acting Like a Scientist: Replicating Leeuwenhoek’s experiments – We look at any water (pond, river, lake, stream, puddle, etc.) underneath the microscope and classify what we see!.

By nassor
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Taking Notes

Taking Notes

Taking Notes . Mary Alice Osborne Library Media Specialist Adapted by Mrs. Parker. What are some ways to be a good reader of information?. Skimming and scanning Looking for keywords Noticing bold, italic and underlined words Being aware of headlines

By dylan
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Article of the Month

Article of the Month

Article of the Month. Day 1. Today’s Agenda:. Introduction to Article of the Month Mini Lesson : How to do a close read Work Time : Begin close read of article Homework : Finish your close read of the article. What is “Article of the Month”?. A non-fiction current event article

By yamin
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K-5 Teacher Leader Breakout Session April 24, 2014

K-5 Teacher Leader Breakout Session April 24, 2014

K-5 Teacher Leader Breakout Session April 24, 2014. l inda.holbrook@education.ky.gov m ary.mccloud@hazard.kyschools.us. www.kvecsstln.weebly.com. Pillars again. Pillars of Network Meetings… Network Foundations. Professional Learning . Highly Effective Teaching and learning.

By iain
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Content Area Literacy for Science, SS & Technical Subjects

Content Area Literacy for Science, SS & Technical Subjects

Content Area Literacy for Science, SS & Technical Subjects. Presented by English Language Arts Content Area Specialist Amy Robinson, Ed.D . arobinson@dupage.k12.il.us. Statistics. Student readiness for college-level reading is at its lowest point in more than a decade

By genera
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Dragonwings Quiz

Dragonwings Quiz

Dragonwings Quiz. You will need the following to take this quiz: novel, pencil, and brain. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. Have you ever wondered what Mona Lisa’s perspective would be?. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. Have you ever wondered what Mona Lisa’s perspective would be?.

By hollye
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Jacksonville District #117

Jacksonville District #117

Jacksonville District #117. July 2013 Grade Level Meetings. Sixth Grade Team July 25 and August 1, 2013 12:30 – 3:30 pm. Our Time's Target: Increasing Capacity with our Learning Targets, Curriculum Maps, and Common Assessments. District #117 July Grade Level Meetings Grade 6 Agenda

By guido
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8 th Grade ELAR

8 th Grade ELAR

8 th Grade ELAR. September 11, 2013. Before We Begin. Student Council meeting this Thursday in Room 206. Meetings before & after school. Quiz Corrections due Friday! Review of notes and new literary terms Present tangible objects Remembering 9/11. Reading & Analysis.

By dixie
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Agenda March 26

Agenda March 26

Agenda March 26. Finish Close Reading Discussion Begin Movie Reminders: Creative Response Due Thursday April 9th. Finish Close Reading. We will be completing a close reading of the article “Conflicts in Africa--Introduction” By Anup Shah Please use a Black Pen to Annotate

By jack
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Reading and Responding Academic Terminology

Reading and Responding Academic Terminology

Reading and Responding Academic Terminology. Take notes on these terms – then save with your Article of the Week Packets. 1. c lose read. When you close read, you observe facts and details about the text.  focus on a particular passage, or on the text as a whole

By sitara
(116 views)

How do you solve real world problems using the Greatest Common Factor or Least Common Multiple?

How do you solve real world problems using the Greatest Common Factor or Least Common Multiple?

How do you solve real world problems using the Greatest Common Factor or Least Common Multiple?. Pierce swims every fourth day and Joshua swims every third day. If they both swim on the first of the month, on what date will they both swim together again?.

By denise-carson
(511 views)

WELCOME TO OPEN HOUSE

WELCOME TO OPEN HOUSE

WELCOME TO OPEN HOUSE. Little Oak Middle-6 th Grade Mrs . Patricia Mendoza Mrs. Angela Harvey Math , Science, Social Studies Reading , English, and Spelling. About Mrs. Mendoza. B.A. –Education, Southeastern Louisiana University

By lucian-burnett
(121 views)

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