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Learning Objective Name _____________________

Learning Objective Name _____________________

Learning Objective Name _____________________ Today, we will identify the compare-and-contrast pattern in informational text 1 . 1 (informational text) writing that gives facts CFU What are we going to do today? What is informational text ? Informational text means ________________.

By Jimmy
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CT State Department of Education Core Beliefs

CT State Department of Education Core Beliefs

CT State Department of Education Core Beliefs. CT State Department of Education: Core Beliefs. Common Core State Standards & Smarter Balanced. What are the Common Core State Standards?. Common Core: Content Areas and Instructional Shifts. Common Core: English language arts and Literacy.

By Faraday
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Welcome Parents!

Welcome Parents!

Welcome Parents!. Eve Henwood Advocacy Team 6A. GVMS Vision of Advocacy. Empower students toward self-advocacy Enable students to build strong relationships with each other and their advocate Guide students to become mentors of each other

By rane
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3 rd Grade Curriculum Night

3 rd Grade Curriculum Night

3 rd Grade Curriculum Night. Welcome! Please take the short quiz on your child’s desk. Your child will score it tomorrow morning. Good luck!. 3 rd Grade Curriculum Night Agenda. Topics. Questions.

By zaza
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Drama vs. Short Stories

Drama vs. Short Stories

Drama vs. Short Stories. Drama. When we were young, we all loved to dress up in costumes and outfits, say as cowboys, or as Darth Vader from Star Wars , or as Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz . We sang and danced or defeated the bad guys. We were the characters, the heroes and villains.

By limei
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Welcome to Room 44 Grade 5

Welcome to Room 44 Grade 5

Welcome to Room 44 Grade 5. Mrs. Kuketz. Making Our Own Dot!. Our Daily Schedule. 8:40 – 9:00 Morning Prep Work 9:00 – 9:30 Morning Group Work 9:35 – 10:22 Special 10:30 – 11:30 Math 11:30 – 12:25 Recess / Lunch 12:35 –2:15 ELA/ Library

By parson
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Next Generation WV Content Standards and Objectives: English Language Arts

Next Generation WV Content Standards and Objectives: English Language Arts

Next Generation WV Content Standards and Objectives: English Language Arts. WVDE Office of Instruction. Why Do We Need New Standards and Objectives?. Research by ACT has shown that only ½ to 1/3 of 11 th graders are reaching the college and career readiness level of achievement.

By laqueta
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Monday Feb. 11th

Monday Feb. 11th

Monday Feb. 11th. Copy Right Material. Warm-up: Day 1 Opening: Review Warm-up/Glue in your Greek & Latin root words W.S: Research & Readingplus Closing: Reminders – Independent Reading Project due Wednesday. Research for BHM Argumentative Essay.

By tolinka
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Informational Text

Informational Text

Informational Text. Introduction. ELA Informational Text Objective. Today we will……. identify and determine different aspects of informational text to help evaluate and analyze different text. Articles- appear in newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias, and online.

By lazaro
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Introducing the 2011 Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for English Language Arts and Literacy

Introducing the 2011 Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for English Language Arts and Literacy

Introducing the 2011 Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for English Language Arts and Literacy. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and The Massachusetts Readiness Centers March-April 2011. Guiding Questions.

By essien
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TYPES OF INFORMATIONAL TEXT FEATURES Print Features Organizational Aids Graphic Aids Illustrations

TYPES OF INFORMATIONAL TEXT FEATURES Print Features Organizational Aids Graphic Aids Illustrations

WHAT ARE TEXT FEATURES?. During the reading process, you will use the text features to locate essential information from the text. The more times you process the information given, the more likely you are going to retain the information. .

By keran
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From NECAP to the Common Core and New Assessments

From NECAP to the Common Core and New Assessments

From NECAP to the Common Core and New Assessments. English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects. Common Core State Standards. We will be able to measure knowledge and skills against a common set of college and career ready standards.

By valmai
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STATE OF TEXAS ASSESSMENTS OF ACADEMIC READINESS (STAAR) Grades 3−8 Reading Grades 4 and 7 Writing English I, II, and II

STATE OF TEXAS ASSESSMENTS OF ACADEMIC READINESS (STAAR) Grades 3−8 Reading Grades 4 and 7 Writing English I, II, and II

STATE OF TEXAS ASSESSMENTS OF ACADEMIC READINESS (STAAR) Grades 3−8 Reading Grades 4 and 7 Writing English I, II, and II I. Victoria Young Director of Reading, Writing, and Social Studies Assessments Texas Education Agency. STAAR Reading.

By lobo
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Reading

Reading

BAA Web Conference Series. Reading. Test Development. MEAP and MEAP–Access items written by Michigan teachers Items/Selections reviewed by several committees Bias Review Committee Content Review Committee Field Reviews – Teachers from across state .

By bachyen
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Common Core State Standards with Thanks to: Timothy Shanahan University of Illinois at Chicago shanahanonliteracy

Common Core State Standards with Thanks to: Timothy Shanahan University of Illinois at Chicago shanahanonliteracy

Common Core State Standards with Thanks to: Timothy Shanahan University of Illinois at Chicago www.shanahanonliteracy.com. History of Standards. 1989 – National Governors Association gives birth to the standards movement 1990 – National Education Goals Panel established

By parker
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Donald J. Leu University of Connecticut

Donald J. Leu University of Connecticut

THINKING ABOUT OUR FUTURE AS RESEARCHERS:NEW LITERACIES, NEW CHALLENGES, AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES. Donald J. Leu University of Connecticut. The New Literacies Research Team at UConn. Julie Coiro Athena Lentini Jill Castek Erica Berg. Laurie Henry Teri LeBel Kent Golden Amber Hovland.

By candace
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Content Area Reading

Content Area Reading

Content Area Reading. Susan Roberts K-12 Literacy Specialist Jefferson County Schools sroberts@k12tn.net www.jc-schools.net. Research:. Approximately 50% of the nation’s unemployed youth (ages 16-21) are functionally illiterate with no prospects of obtaining good jobs.

By theresia
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Big Question: How does a panda change in its first year of life?

Big Question: How does a panda change in its first year of life?

Big Question: How does a panda change in its first year of life?. Author : Joanne Ryder Genre : Informational Text. Big Question: How does a panda change in its first year of life?. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Review. Review New Words Progress Monitoring. Monday.

By keena
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Preparing Students in 3 rd Grade to Succeed on ISAT

Preparing Students in 3 rd Grade to Succeed on ISAT

Preparing Students in 3 rd Grade to Succeed on ISAT. Presented by Sabrina L. Gates, Adonia C. Milsap & Juliana Perisin Cluster 5 Reading Coaches. Purposes . To explore content and background of the ISAT reading test

By gratiana
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Kindergarten Literature Key Ideas and Details: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.1

Kindergarten Literature Key Ideas and Details: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.1

1. 2. 2. 3. 3. 1. 4. 3. 4. 2. 1. 5. 5. 6. 6. 1. 2. 7. Kindergarten Informational Text Key Ideas and Details: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.K.1 With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.K.2

By vail
(126 views)

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