Reflection: Shared Expectations Textbook Road Map - Section 1: Lesson

 

After my first year of teaching 6th graders exclusively, I've created this lesson. Here's some of what I'll enforce next year:

  Self-Sufficiency in the 6th Grade Classroom
  Shared Expectations: Self-Sufficiency in the 6th Grade Classroom
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Textbook Road Map

Unit 12: Informational Intervention Unit
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT: identify and use textbook features.

Big Idea: Tired of kids asking "What page is that on?," this lesson teaches them to be self-sufficient about navigating a textbook.

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), text features, SpringBoard, index, table of contents, glossary, textbook, compare and contrast, cause and effect
  55 minutes
 
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