Reflection: Unit Planning Busy Bees or The Super Ant"- Who works harder? - Section 1: Creating the Purpose


I created this unit to teach students how to use graphic organizers with compare and contrast and how to site evidence to support opinions. See the for my reasons for the format of the scaffold lessons


  teaching how to respond with evidence
  Unit Planning: Teaching How to Respond With Evidence
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Busy Bees or The Super Ant"- Who works harder?

Unit 6: Busy as a Bee (or Ant)
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: and contrast the concepts and information presented in two articles about bees and ants by completing a chart .

Big Idea: Organizing our thoughts in writing helps us to evaluate text. An author's purpose and perspective influence how an what he writes.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, personification, Expository Writing, realism, compare and contrast, Graphic Organizer, authors purpose, story structure
  40 minutes
bee and ant
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