Reflection: Students with Disabilities Colorado River Ecosytems - Section 2: Reading Closely


Many of the readings we expect our students to read are not accessible for all of our students. When this occurs, I either have them read with a partner, I take a group to the hall and read and walk them through annotation, or I utilize students from the university to help these students read the articles. 

  Reading Isn't Always Easy
  Students with Disabilities: Reading Isn't Always Easy
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Colorado River Ecosytems

Unit 4: Water and Weathering
Lesson 13 of 17

Objective: SWBAT analyze the effects that dams have had on the river ecosystems below and create a solution to help the ecosystem survive.

Big Idea: Dams have had a huge impact on the river ecosystems. Students will learn about a plant and animal that has been impacted by the dam and determine a solution to helping solve the problem.

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Science, Motion, watershed, water table, ocean, weathering, problem and solution, rivers, relationship, Ecosystems, molecule
  35 minutes
river dam
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