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Background Knowledge and Independent Reading

Unit 5: Independent Reading
Lesson 18 of 20

Objective: SWBAT: Make connections between what they are reading independently to our book, or to themselves.

Big Idea: Sometimes we get so wrapped up in new concepts, we forget to give the kids an opportunity to practice reading on their own.

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English / Language Arts, text to text connections, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Reading Fluency, background knowledge, schema, text to self connections, text to world connections
  55 minutes
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