Reflection: Checks for Understanding Learning About Subheadings and Bold Words - Section 4: Closure


You will see a video with student work samples here Student Work Bold Words.mp4.  I have explained in further detail what I see in my student's work.

  Checks for Understanding: Analyzing Student's Work
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Learning About Subheadings and Bold Words

Unit 15: Nonfiction Text Features
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use subheadings to find the main idea and SWBAT use context clues to determine the meaning of bold words in the text.

Big Idea: Say good bye to all the pre-teaching and front-loading. Students will use several strategies to learn the meaning of new words they encounter in text.

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English / Language Arts, context clues, Reading Strategies, Nonfiction Text Features
  45 minutes
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