Reflection: Lesson Planning Our Changing World: Choose a Text to Summarize - Section 1: Activator


If possible, project some photos of the huge drawings in Peru’s Nazca Plain to engage student interest and to go along with the text used during the Activator.

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Our Changing World: Choose a Text to Summarize

Unit 4: Nonfiction Part II
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT determine the main ideas and supporting details in an informational text.

Big Idea: Everyone likes to have choices- so why not in ELA class? Students choose among three articles related to our ever-changing world to read and summarize.

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