Reflection: Advanced Students Working Kids - Section 2: Lesson


As I'm sure you're aware, just because a student is Gifted and Talented, it doesn't mean they understand all of the concepts. Here's an example of that.


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Working Kids

Unit 14: Changes in Self-Perception: Part 3
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT: connect an article about kids who work to support their family, to the fictional book, The Fourth Stall.

Big Idea: I'm always looking for opportunities to bring in nonfiction to support our understanding of a literary text.

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English / Language Arts, text to text connections, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), Article, The Fourth Stall, nonfiction, text to self connections
  55 minutes
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