Tour Guide Time 30 Minute Intervals (Extra Support) - Section 4: Independent Engagement

 
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Tour Guide Time

Unit 12: Time Cycle 2
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT read inofrmative text to plan a specific schedule for a day spent exploring Washington, D.C. Their schedule will include specific times represented on analog clocks as well as elapsed time.

Big Idea: Creating a schedule for a tour of Washington, D.C. gives students a creative way to apply what they know about units of time.

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