Reflection: Modeling Inventive Investigating: Digging Into Informational Texts to Ask and Answer Questions - Section 2: Experience Learning

 

I can't emphasize enough how important modeling is for my students.  Even in this lesson, where I know my students have had exposure and experience with formulating and answering questions in prior lessons, I still go ahead and model at the start of the lesson.  It's so important to me that my students feel confident in doing whatever it is that I'm asking them to do, and modeling for them on a regular basis is a great way to help them gain that confidence!

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Inventive Investigating: Digging Into Informational Texts to Ask and Answer Questions

Unit 5: Biography Unit
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT read informational texts closely to formulate questions and answers referring explicitly to the text to demonstrate understanding after reading closely.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students will review what they’ve read already about the inventive person Tony Sarg and work to create questions and answers based on their close reading.

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English / Language Arts, biography (Nonfiction Lit), evidence, informational text, close reading, asking and answering questions, cite text evidence, Tony Sarg
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