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### Fiction vs. Non-Fiction

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Genre

Objective: Students will be able to identify if their book is fiction or non-fiction and write a sentence that supports their evidence.

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### Character Traits

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Description: Lesson designed to help teach, enforce, and determine character traits using a variety of methods presented in stories and reading passages.

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### Bio Poem Summarizing Characters/ People

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Summarizing Strategies

Objective: Objective: Identify how a character feels and acts in support of a story or passage by summarizing using biopoem.

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### Area and Perimeter in Real Life Day 1

3rd Grade Math » Unit: Using Multiplication to Find Area
3rd Grade Math » Unit: Using Multiplication to Find Area
Troy, MI
Environment: Suburban
Big Idea: Students need time to connect area and perimeter. This two day exploration sets the stage for our short unit.
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### Place Value lesson 1

Location: Place Value

Objective: How do mathematicians write 10 ten thousands? What do mathematicians call 10 ten thousands? [Teacher’s Note: Today’s lesson introduces the hundred-th…

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### Readers Develop Illustrations as they Visualize

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Visualizing Texts

Objective: Students will be able to visualize a scene in the story that the author or illustrator has not illustrated in their book.

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### Using Dialogue to Infer Traits

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Character Traits

Objective: Students will be able to identify take what characters are saying in a text, use their dialogue to infer a character trait based on those characters action…

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### Context Clues Example Sentences

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Vocabulary Lessons

Objective: Today’s purpose of learning is to use context to find the meaning of a word, when the meaning is clearly given or restated.

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### Unimportant vs. Important Details

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Main Idea

Objective: Students will be able to identify important details vs. unimportant details

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### Listening for a Main Idea

Stephanie Gladney from Tyler Elementary School

Location: Main Idea

Objective: Students will be able to discern the main idea/main point from a series of spoken acts.

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### Thomas Edison: What it Takes to be a Scientist

3rd Grade Science » Unit: Light Energy
3rd Grade Science » Unit: Light Energy
Troy, MI
Environment: Suburban
Big Idea: Students explore and investigate naturally - as people. This literacy/science lesson is designed to help them notice the personality traits that they possess, and will need to continue to strengthen, as they become successful scientists.
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### Using Recipes to Sequence

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Looking at Text Features

Objective: Objective: Students will be able to determine the sequence or order of a recipe by breaking apart a recipe that has no steps and rewriting the recipe with…

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### Connecting Inferences with Characters Actions

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Inferences

Objective: Students will be able to understand characters’ actions by asking, “Why did he or she do that?” and coming up with reasonable explanations and infere…

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### Color Coding Causes and Effects

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Cause and Effect

Objective: Objective: Students will be able to identify causes and effects and determine if they are a cause and effect by color coding the causes and effects that a…

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### Analyzing Characters through a Circle Template

Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

Location: Character Traits

Objective: Students will be able to create character evidence wheel by identifying character traits based on: character's word, character actions, and the character'…