Reflection: Complex Tasks Ozone Simplified - Section 3: Partner Work


The proficient examples show mastery of this standard. The difference I notice in the ELL work is that there is a run on sentence. This is a consistence thing I notice in my ELL students. Daily practice writing really helps ELL learn about grammar and punctuation. I just try to remember that comprehension and grammar are two separate things.

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Ozone Simplified

Unit 10: Author's Point
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT identify the author's point and the reasons that support it.

Big Idea: Deepen students content knowledge and begin teaching them to learn from reading.

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