Reflection: Shared Expectations It's Spring! - Section 2: Interact with text/concept


On this first day, I add the details right along with the students as we read the text.  I will model by thinking aloud and adding to my book.  This is a brand new skill for my students, so they need the modeling as a scaffold for understanding.  This also helps set expectations and makes them clear.  

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It's Spring!

Unit 9: Seasons and Weather
Lesson 6 of 15

Objective: SWBAT listen for information from a Four Seasons video, an expository text Let’s Investigate! and discuss what they learned in a collaborative conversation. Students will help record information on a process grid.

Big Idea: The weather can be predictable within each season.

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