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Esperanza Rising - What Do Chapter Titles Tell a Reader?

Using the book Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan, students will complete a graphic organizer and identify the main idea of... see more
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Date Added: Aug 01, 2016 Date Modified: Aug 01, 2016
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Polar Bear Polar Bear

In this lesson, students will listen for key details in a nonfiction text about polar bears. They will work at completing a... see more
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Author: Kelly Burgess
Date Added: Aug 01, 2016 Date Modified: Aug 01, 2016
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Get to Work! (Using Books about Jobs to Teach Main Idea/Details and Text Features)

This lesson uses an assortment of books about jobs to review main idea, details, and nonfiction text features.
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Author: Kelly Burgess
Date Added: Aug 01, 2016 Date Modified: Aug 01, 2016
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Packing a Punch: Analyzing Words and Phrases that Make an Impact

In this lesson, students will read to determine meaning, tone, and impact of words and phrases in Carl Sandburg's "Chicago."... see more
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Author: Valeria Brown
Date Added: Aug 01, 2016 Date Modified: Aug 01, 2016
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The Lottery: Tradition's Impact on Human Behavior

This lesson provides students an opportunity to closely read Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" and analyze the impact of... see more
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Author: Helen Davis
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Narrative of the Captivity Close Reading

Students will read and interpret the "Narrative of the Captivity״, identify and analyze how Rowlandson's use of allusion... see more
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Author: Rebecca Jamme
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Florida: Feast of Figurative Language

In this lesson (part two of a two-part unit), students will read the poem “Florida” by Elizabeth Bishop... see more
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Author: Helen Davis
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Florida: Feast of Connotations

In this lesson, students will read the poem “Florida” by Elizabeth Bishop and code the text for positive... see more
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Author: Helen Davis
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Sunshine Power Company MEA

This Model Eliciting Activity (MEA) is written at a 4th grade level. In this open-ended problem, students must consider how... see more
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Author: Kerri Caudill
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Gingerbread Boy or Gingerbread Girl?

This is a fun lesson which requires students to compare the characters of two familiar texts, as well as form an opinion... see more
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Author: Wanda Newberry
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