Reflection: Students with Disabilities Harriet Tubman - Section 4: Partner Work


So, not everyone in my class can write and there are several ways I handle this. One way is to allow the students to verbalize their idea and I write it with a highlighter. Then the student can trace the work. My co-teacher may actually do this in a small group with the students who need extra help.

For those who just need a little more structure or support I made this graphic organizer (Graphic Organizer). I wish I had it during the lesson when I taught it. But, if I teach this lesson again some students will be using this graphic organizer.

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Harriet Tubman

Unit 13: Main Idea from an Informational Text
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: SWBAT identify the main idea and supporting details in a text.

Big Idea: Write, learn about supporting details, and deepen your students knowledge African American history by reading about Harriet Tubman.

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