Reflection: Accountability Two, Too, To - Section 6: Closure

 

Students used their own self-evaluative skills to evaluate their writings according to the rubric.  They were accountable to one another by giving feedback to each other as they read their narratives using the words "two, too, and to."

  Balanced Literacy
  Accountability: Balanced Literacy
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Two, Too, To

Unit 12: Grammar Usage
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify when to use the words "two," "too," and "to."

Big Idea: Students learn when to use the words "two," "too," and "to."

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, grammar, to, too, two, study bee, powerpoint presentation, grammar usage
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