Reflection: Checks for Understanding "Write On!" for Teamwork - Section 2: Interact with text/concept


Talking off the map is the precursor to writing.  It helps students get an idea of what they actually want to write and how their map is going to help them write.  It is also a  great informal assessment for me, as I can hear what they are going to write and help them make adjustments if there are any necessary.

  Checks for Understanding: Edit your writing without an eraser!
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"Write On!" for Teamwork

Unit 16: Teamwork
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT compose and illustrate an informational paragraph on Teamwork.

Big Idea: Together we are better!

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