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Lesson Objective: To learn what snowflakes are and how they are formed. Common Core Standard: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.3.1- .Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
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2020 is the Year of the RAT. Those born under this Chinese zodiac sign are said to have lots of energy and to be optimistic people.
Lesson Objective: To read an excerpt from a book about football and then answer questions about that excerpt.
Recess: Necessity or Nicety?
Behavioral Objective: The students will begin to understand the basic concepts of critical thinking as pertaining to English composition activities.
How can you develop a positive classroom environment that also embraces structure and accountability? The key to that balance has to do with you.
This editing activity focuses on a historically important nuclear-powered submarine.
Use Every-Day Edits to build language skills, test scores, and cultural literacy with students in grades 4 and above.
Essential Question: How do I correctly form a complete sentence with correct capitalization?
Essential Question: How do I use correct capitalization within a well written complete sentence?
Essential Question: How do I compose a well written complete sentence?
3 quick tips for for thinking ahead to anticipate problems before they occur.
Students create questions based on the poem they just read. Encourage students to use the important vocabulary terms within their questions.
With your students, read the poem and analyze the different elements of the poem.
What are some strategies that I can use to strengthen my understanding of poetry?
Allow students to share aloud with whole group (or a partner) the questions that they created on their own. Allow other students to answer a few of...