Using The Five Finger Rule

Unit 4: Pond Study: Plant & Animal Cells
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify text features in nonfiction, as they continue to study cells' function as "building blocks" of organisms, and summarize the requirements for cells to live.

Big Idea: What will this text teach me? By using and applying the Five Finger Rule, students will understand a text at a much deeper level.

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Science, plants, animal cells, plant cells, text features, informational text, animal
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