Reflection: Accountability Graphs, Charts, Tables - Section 3: What We Learned


     Student are beginning to understand that learning is a progression.  The scale/ rubric helps them realize this concept.  Students understand that it takes time to reach the goal of 3, which is mastery, as evident of student voting themselves at level 2.

  Accountability: Student Ratings
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Graphs, Charts, Tables

Unit 2: Text Features in Informational Text
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to identify and interpret graphic representations of text features associated with informational text.

Big Idea: Graphic representations are visual text features that facilitate locating facts associated with informational text.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), text features, charts, tables and graphs, graph
  60 minutes
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