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Schema and Drawing Conclusions

Unit 8: Comprehension Lessons
Lesson 11 of 15

Objective: SWBAT activate prior knowledge and use it to practice drawing conclusions.

Big Idea: When drawing a conclusion, students often do not realize how important our schema is to mastering this skill. Students will practice using their schema and evaluate how it helps them to draw conclusions.

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