Reflection: Quizzes Cause/Effect and Problem/Solution Formative - Section 2: Independent Work


The extra time spent on the structures has proved to be beneficial. For the cause and effect portion of this formative, 9 students received a 70% or lower. 7 of those students are in my reading RTI group. For the problem and solution portion, 5 students received a 70% or lower. 25 students received a 100%. Again the misunderstanding came down to the clue words, so this will continue to be a part of my workstations. 

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Cause/Effect and Problem/Solution Formative

Unit 3: Tearing Into Informational Text Part II
Lesson 6 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify the cause/effect and problem/solution text structures by completing a formative assessment

Big Idea: Like twins, we've learned to tell two similar structures apart. Now let's see if you can distinguish between the cause/effect and problem solution structures on your own.

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), Comprehension (Reading), text structures, informational text, interactive notebook
  45 minutes
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