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February 20, 2024
Are your students citing “text evidence” without really having control of the meaning of that evidence? Do they forget to explain further or elaborate? If either of these is the case for your students, they may need to space to contemplate what one detail or quote from the text means. A simple way to do …Read more
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Practical help for teaching students in grades 3-8 to read, talk, and write across informational sources.
Introduces a three-phase plan for teaching and provides guidance for planning and assessing students’ comprehension of informational sources.