a student who needs some direct instruction with punctuation - Section 3: Assessing this Task

 
  a student who needs some direct instruction with punctuation
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Punctuation Practice

Unit 5: Daily Foundational Skills Practice
Lesson 1 of 4

Objective: SWBAT determine which punctuation should be used in certain scenarios.

Big Idea: Is it EXCITING! Telling. or Asking?

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