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### Not just the Main Idea! Finding 3 things!

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Main Idea

Objective: Students will be able to identify the main idea in a text and determine the topic, a new title for the passage, and construct a sentence that supports thei…

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### Oobleck: What's the Matter

Paul Hobson from King-chavez Arts Academy

Location: Physical Science

Objective: Given the unknown state that Oobleck is in, students will make observations to draw a conclusion of which state of matter it is.

• Lower Elementary (K-2)
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### Phases of the Oreo

Paul Hobson from King-chavez Arts Academy

Location: Earth Science

Objective: Students will create, identify, and label the different phases of the moon.

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### Fast Food Freddie - Surveys and Bar Graphs

Kindergarten Math » Unit: Sorting, Graphing, and Patterning
Cold Spring, MN
Environment: Rural
Big Idea: Students continue to build their graphing skills. They experience a real world application of graphing by organizing survey results.
Common Core:
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### Context Clues to Define Meaning

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Vocabulary Lessons

Objective: I can use the context to find the meaning of a word when other words help describe the word.

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### Inferring by "reading between the lines"

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Inferences

Objective: Students will be able to create logical inferences based on lines that are directly stated in a story.

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### Using Subheadings to Predict Main Ideas

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Main Idea

Objective: Students will be able to use the subheadings and headings to predict a main idea of paragraph or section of a passage.

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### Sequencing to Evaluate Plot

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Story Elements

Objective: Today’s purpose of learning is to identify the plot as the action or sequence of events in a story and to outline the plot of a story.

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### Character Traits

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Description: Lesson designed to help teach, enforce, and determine character traits using a variety of methods presented in stories and reading passages.

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### Character Feelings Part I

Objective: AIMS for the class (on the board before class starts): SWBAT find evidence in the text that supports the way a character is feeling (based upon their ac…

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### The Recipe for a Great Word Problem

Pepperell, MA
Environment: Rural
Big Idea: The big idea of this lesson is to have students write their own word problems to help them have a better understanding of mathematical operations, as they relate to real world scenarios.
Common Core:
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### Context Clues Example Sentences

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Vocabulary Lessons

Objective: Today’s purpose of learning is to use context to find the meaning of a word, when the meaning is clearly given or restated.

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### Pablo Picasso

Ingrid Gustafson from Maria L. Baldwin

Location: Style by Artists

Objective: Art Objective: Explore the ideas of abstraction, cubism, and collage through the lens of Pablo Picasso, emphasizing art can be different than reality. …

• Lower Elementary (K-2)
• 3,819 Views
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### Place Value

Tara Watts from Rosa Parks Elementary

Location: 3.NSO-N.1 Number Strong

Objective: Students will identify place value up to hundred thousands

• Lower Elementary (K-2)
• 1,960 Views
• 1 Favorite

### Fractions

Paul Hobson from King-chavez Arts Academy

Location: Math - 3rd

Description: Students will explore fractions as parts of a set. Students will add, compare, and order fractions.

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