Part 2: odeled Instruction Lesson 8 L8: Summarizing Literary Texts 69 ©urriculum Associates, LL oping is not permitted Part 2: modeled Instruction Lesson 8 ©Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is not permitted. 70 L8: Summarizing Literary Texts Genre: Legend read the first three paragraphs of an Algonquin legend.
Summarizing Informational Texts Lesson 5 ©Curriculum Associates, LLC Copying is not permitted. Lesson 5ummarizing Informational Texts S 71 Think Use what you learned from reading the history article to respond to the following questions. 1 ead the statements in the box.R In the 1960s, young people rebelled by letting their hair grow long.
1. A paper about 2 pages long, not including any reference section 2. Typed and double spaced, with Arial (10 point font) or Times New Roman (11 or 12 point font) and 1 inch margins 3. Proofread for spelling and grammatical errors 4. Provide in-text citations and reference any of your sources using APA format
• a set of 2–6 comprehension questions that resemble the kinds of questions students will see on standardized tests. The questions with these texts are designed to measure critical thinking and comprehension skills, such as summarizing information, drawing conclusions, and evaluating an author’s purpose and point of view.
An Introduction to Chemistry - an online version of a text by Mark Bishop of Monterey Peninsula College (CA). It is intended primarily for students in beginning chemistry courses. ($20 "donate-ware", and well worth it!)
Lesson 10 Part 1: Introduction Analyzing Text Structure ccss RI.7.5: Analyze the structure an author uses to organize a text, including how the major sections contribute to the whole and to the development of the ideas. Theme: What Makes Us Us? Authors "build" their texts carefully, the way carpenters build a house. Like a carpenter, a
Apr 18, 2013 · Once my students gained a rudimentary understanding of text features, I wanted them to practice what they learned with informational text. Using old copies of Scholastic News we had saved, students scoured the pages, looking for as many text features as they could find.