Reflection: Intervention and Extension Reading for Answers to Your Research Questions - Section 3: Guided Practice


I try to make sure I am always assessing students and taking into consideration what their needs are. With that said, I use independent work time to work with students who need scaffolding or challenge. Making use of small group instruction is perfect for addressing the needs of my students.

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Reading for Answers to Your Research Questions

Unit 3: Informational Writing
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT paraphrase information they have read while researching a topic.

Big Idea: How do I summarize information I've read in my own words?

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