Reflection: Modeling Using Clarification to Compare & Contrast - Section 2: Modeling


I almost always model strategies for my students. I do this repeatedly because I think its important for students to see what active reading strategies look like. When students see the strategy in action more than once and in a variety of situations, their able to become familiar with it, comfortable enough with it to use it, and recognizing when they are using it.

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Using Clarification to Compare & Contrast

Unit 5: Using Clarification to Comprehend Reading
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast two texts through clarification.

Big Idea: Students understand that they can use the clarification strategy to compare and contrast text.

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