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Differentiated Instruction using Dimensions of Depth

Differentiated Instruction using Dimensions of Depth

Differentiated Instruction using Dimensions of Depth Dr. Sandra Kaplan's Model for Differentiation Presented by Kirsten Kershaw O’Leary Dimensions of Depth The Study of Disciplines Ethics Details The Big Idea Patterns Change Over Time Different Perspectives Trends Unanswered Questions

By Faraday
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Author’s Purpose

Author’s Purpose

Author’s Purpose. Second Grade Reading Skill. Tennessee Learning Expectation and Accomplishment for Language Arts. 2.1.08.a - Identify a purpose for reading. Author’s Purpose. An author has a reason for writing a story. The author may want to…. entertain you.

By albert
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The Three Little Pigs

The Three Little Pigs

The Three Little Pigs. By William Steven and Malik . One little pig built his house out of straw. The next little pig built his house out of sticks. The last little pig built his house out of bricks. Then the wolf came to the little pigs house and blew it down.

By marisela
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2.2 Basic Differentiation Rules & Rates of Change

2.2 Basic Differentiation Rules & Rates of Change

2.2 Basic Differentiation Rules & Rates of Change. Quiz. Quiz2. 2.2 Basic Differentiation Rules & Rates of Change. 2.2 Basic Differentiation Rules & Rates of Change. 2.2 Basic Differentiation Rules & Rates of Change. p. 104. AP Exam Multiple Choice. p. 104.

By nessa
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This is the TRUE story of “Three Little Pigs”. The story you know has a new twist. The wolf was not

This is the TRUE story of “Three Little Pigs”. The story you know has a new twist. The wolf was not

This is the TRUE story of “Three Little Pigs”. The story you know has a new twist. The wolf was not big and bad he simply needed a cup of sugar and something went wrong. Materials. Websites The book of “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” by: Jon Scieszka Venn Diagram Popsicle Sticks

By reuben
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SCAMPER

SCAMPER

SCAMPER. Model for adapting, modifying and creating. Scamper Model . Starting with a simple fairy tale – “the three little pigs”. Substitute one of the characters in the story . . sCamper Model. Modify your new story by Combining an aspect from another famous fairy tale. scAmper Model.

By rufin
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The three little pigs

The three little pigs

The three little pigs. Once upon a time there were three little pigs. The first little pig built a house of straw. The second little pig built a house of sticks . The third little pig built a house of bricks. A big bad wolf came along.

By edda
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QUESTIONS

QUESTIONS

Convergent. Divergent. QUESTIONS. White p. 19. THE THREE LITTLE PIGS. Quantity - What are the attributes of a wolf-proof house? Supposition - What if the wolf had three brothers?. Point of View - How would the wolf feel about a fourth pig moving into the neighborhood?

By jatin
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Writing Imaginative Narratives

Writing Imaginative Narratives

Writing Imaginative Narratives. Standard 1.1: Select a focus, an organizational structure, point of view based upon purpose, audience, length, and format requirements. Learning Objective: Use a tree map to help us understand the organizational structure of an imaginative narrative.

By chen
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True Story of the 3 Little Pigs

True Story of the 3 Little Pigs

True Story of the 3 Little Pigs. By: Jon Scieszka Retold and Illustrated by: Kindergarten. Setting. The First Pig.

By dominy
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Barbara Duhaney

Barbara Duhaney

THE TRUE STORY OF THE THREE Little Pigs. Barbara Duhaney. Introduction. Have you ever being blamed for something you are not guilty of? How did you feel? We know the pigs side of the original story of the Three Little Pigs. In this story the wolf gives his

By kaden
(118 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Written Language Reading, Composition, Spelling. Reading Disabilities. Receptive Written Language. Comprehension Reading Spoken. High Level. Recognize Words. Low Level.

By urvi
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Learning Moral Lessons from Stories, Chapter 2

Learning Moral Lessons from Stories, Chapter 2

Learning Moral Lessons from Stories, Chapter 2. Where do we learn moral lessons?. From our personal experiences Caught doing something we weren’t supposed to do or when we weren’t caught?

By alayna
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The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs

The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs

The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs. By Jon Scieszka. BRIGHT. Smart, intelligent Shining, vibrant From the story: He wasn’t to bright. Examples: He was a very bright student. Sammy snowman wore a bright blue shirt. Activity for Bright. Someone who makes all A’s in school.

By talasi
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7 Then everyone laughed at the ugly little duckling and he hid himself away.

7 Then everyone laughed at the ugly little duckling and he hid himself away.

Fairytale cootie catcher. 1 Then the Fairy Godmother appeared and said, “You shall go to the ball!”. 2 Then the Big Bad Wolf blew down the house of straw and the house of wood. Once upon a time the three little pigs each built a house, one of straw, one of wood and one of bricks.

By dextra
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Sequential Order

Sequential Order

Sequential Order. AHSGE Reading Objective I-2 Determine sequence of events. How can you tell if a text is organized sequentially? Recognizing that a text is written to emphasize sequential order can help you read the text better. To identify sequential order, look for:

By tucker
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Welcome to english!

Welcome to english!

Welcome to english!. Please fill out your agenda. Volunteers pass out folders. Clear your desk off except for a pencil and your 2 mad lib sheets from yesterday. **See front board for missing work. Read Around. You choose!.

By aneko
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JOHN WINTHROP’s “A Model of Christian Charity”

JOHN WINTHROP’s “A Model of Christian Charity”

JOHN WINTHROP’s “A Model of Christian Charity”. Winthrop’s speech to his Puritan peers, laying out the principles and rules which should govern their living relationship with each other and with God, e very day of their experiment in the New World–

By nassor
(456 views)

Language and Literacy Domain California Preschool Learning Foundations Volume 1

Language and Literacy Domain California Preschool Learning Foundations Volume 1

Language and Literacy Domain California Preschool Learning Foundations Volume 1. Published by the California Department of Education (2008). Language and Literacy. Experiencing Language and Literacy throughout Early Care and Education Settings.

By thea
(175 views)

Our Colors

Our Colors

Our Colors. RED. Red is an apple. Red is a rose. Red is the color of My frozen, icy nose!. PINK. Pink are the flowers That grow in the field. Pink are the little pigs. Have you heard them squeal?. ORANGE.

By roden
(207 views)

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