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Main Idea and Supporting Details of Informative Text

Main Idea and Supporting Details of Informative Text

Main Idea and Supporting Details of Informative Text. 1. Today we will discern concepts presented in text. discern - to see something that is not very clear or obvious concepts - idea

By oshin
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unit 20 humour

unit 20 humour

unit 20 humour Dustin Hoffman Charlie Chapline Mr bean Pre-reading Photo 1: The comic of the 1930s “ Laurel and Hardy”. They are funny because they are opposites.

By oshin
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Dallas TeleLearning Presents The VALOR Project: Video Learning Resources

Dallas TeleLearning Presents The VALOR Project: Video Learning Resources

Dallas TeleLearning Presents The VALOR Project: Video Learning Resources TxDLA 2007 March 28, 2007 Presented by: Bob Crook Rachelle Howell C elebrating excellence in distance education since 1972 Dallas TeleLearning Who We Are Video-based courseware Producer/Developer since 1972

By andrew
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Follow That Horse

Follow That Horse

Follow That Horse by Shannon Teper RID Revised 9/09 5 What is the meaning of the word miniature in paragraph 2 of “Follow That Horse”? A. Quiet B. Small C. Clever IC 14: Interpret vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2)

By paul2
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Period 1

Period 1

Period 1 Module 1 Life in the Future Introduction Reading and Vocabulary Introduction: Word Study glass aluminium wood brick rubber steel concrete mud plastic Introduction – Activity 2 on Page 1 First say things you know about the building material in the word box in Activity 2.

By JasminFlorian
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Unit 6		Women, 			Half the Sky

Unit 6 Women, Half the Sky

Unit 6 Women, Half the Sky Text A I’m Going to Buy the Brooklyn Bridge Objectives grasp the main idea appreciate how the author achieves coherence for her essay master key language points and grammatical structures Pre-reading tasks Listen to the song I Am Woman and answer:

By libitha
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Week beginning January 25, 2010

Week beginning January 25, 2010

math PE PE Wolf's Paw News Week beginning January 25, 2010 Q: Why don’t you do math in the jungle? A: Because if you add 4+4 you get ate! Curriculum News

By Faraday
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Learning to Read and Reading to Learn with Informational Text

Learning to Read and Reading to Learn with Informational Text

Learning to Read and Reading to Learn with Informational Text Dr. Rebecca C. Faulkner University of South Carolina Upstate Reading and Writing: Tools for Learning Biology is not plants and animals. History is not events. Astronomy is not planets and stars. Instead…

By Gabriel
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Science Notebooks

Science Notebooks

Science Notebooks Science Notebook What are Science Notebooks? A student thinking tool And organizer for inquiry question and what I learned… A way to access and process the learning utilizing various modalities (writing, drawing, and discussion)

By DoraAna
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Unit 2: Writing Powerful Paragraphs

Unit 2: Writing Powerful Paragraphs

Unit 2: Writing Powerful Paragraphs. Objectives: To write a variety of paragraphs suited to different purposes To write in a voice and style appropriate to audience and purpose To organize ideas in writing to ensure coherence, logical progression, and support for ideas.

By HarrisCezar
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Story Elements

Story Elements

Story Elements. What do all stories have in common?. Characters Setting Conflict (problem) Plot (events) Theme. Characters. Characters are the people, animals, or objects who make the action happen in a story A story can have many characters, or just a few.

By Jims
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PSYC18 2009 – Psychology of Emotion

PSYC18 2009 – Psychology of Emotion

PSYC18 2009 – Psychology of Emotion. Professor: Gerald Cupchik Office: S634 Email: cupchik@utsc.utoronto.ca Office Hours: Thursdays 10-11; 2-3 Phone: 416-287-7467. TA: Michelle Hilscher Office: S142C Email: hilscher@utsc.utoronto.ca Office Hours: Thursdays 10-11 am. Course website:

By victoria
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Sound

Sound

Sound. Pitch: (high and low) Corresponds to size! Dynamics: (loud, soft) Forte ( f) Mezzo Forte ( mf) Mezzo Piano ( mp) Piano ( p) Timbre/Tone Color: (bright, dark, mellow, harsh, etc.) Abstract descriptions for what you are hearing. Sound. Standard Choral Voices

By Roberta
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CIM R9

CIM R9

CIM R9. Supporting Details Facts and details explain or support the main idea. . Look for sentence that provide information about the main idea. Look for answers to the questions who, what, where, when, why, and how about the main idea.

By Michelle
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THE TERM PAPER

THE TERM PAPER

THE TERM PAPER. GETTING STARTED. STEP #1 KNOW THE ASSIGNMENT. -Read the assigned material -Talk to the instructor. Things you must know: -Topic -Format (APA, MLA, CMS, etc.) -Length -Timetable (for outlines, drafts, etc.) -Due date -Grading criteria -Acceptable sources .

By HarrisCezar
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Unit Two Friday Evening or Not

Unit Two Friday Evening or Not

Unit Two Friday Evening or Not. Procedure and the Main Teaching Points LANGUAGE STRUCTURE PRACTICE

By Sharon_Dale
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Population growth & regulation

Population growth & regulation

Population growth & regulation.

By Philip
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Closing the Performance Gap with Research-based Interventions

Closing the Performance Gap with Research-based Interventions

Closing the Performance Gap with Research-based Interventions. Long Island Association of Special Education Administrators Don Deshler January 16-17, 2003. “A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his client to plant vines.” Frank Lloyd Wright.

By HarrisCezar
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Main Idea:________________________________ Reason 1:________________________________ Reason 2:__________________________

Main Idea:________________________________ Reason 1:________________________________ Reason 2:__________________________

Main Idea:________________________________ Reason 1:________________________________ Reason 2:________________________________ Reason 3:________________________________. spend a day with Martha Stewart. First,. visit important places in her life . -neighborhood where she grew up

By RoyLauris
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Making Inferences - Reading between the lines

Making Inferences - Reading between the lines

Making Inferences - Reading between the lines . Base your inferences on information provided by the author Use your own prior knowledge and experience Consider alternative interpretations. How to Form Conclusions and Predict Outcomes – Read beyond the lines.

By oshin
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