Reflection: Pacing Rosa Parks & Main Ideas Continued - Section 1: Cue Set


I keep this short & sweet!  This is day 2 of the same skill with a new text, and it is essential to get to independent practice and small group rotations.  This was an easy way for scholars to review where they were yesterday and get ready for the new parts of the text. 

  Short and sweet!
  Pacing: Short and sweet!
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Rosa Parks & Main Ideas Continued

Unit 3: Give It All You've Got - Part II
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify topic, main ideas and supporting details in the autobiography of Rosa Parks

Big Idea: Main ideas are how the text is organized. Don't forget it!

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English / Language Arts, main idea, text, supporting details, topic
  93 minutes
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