Reflection: Intervention and Extension THIEVES: Stealing Text Features - Section 1: Lesson


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THIEVES: Stealing Text Features

Unit 8: Extra Credit Book Response to Intervention Unit
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT: identify and understand how the Title, Headings, Introduction, Every First Sentence in a Paragraph, Visuals and Vocabulary, End of Chapter Questions, and Summary assist in understanding an informational text.

Big Idea: By using the THIEVES model in my Response to Intervention Class, students are able to chunk and decode an informational text.

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English / Language Arts, Comprehension (Reading), Nonfiction (Reading), main idea, text features, informational text, RTI, response to intervention, KWL, small group
  35 minutes
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