Student Share (A).mp4 - Section 3: Presenting Information and Learning From Our Peers

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Regional Characteristics: Researching Using Nonfiction Texts

Unit 1: ELA Through State History Studies
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT present information about a concept through researching with a nonfiction text.

Big Idea: Students get multiple opportunities to process new information and present it.

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