Reflection: Grade Book and Data Analysis Choice Informational Text Reading - Section 1: Lesson


Looking at this data, you will find one student who began to find a comfortable Lexile.

  Analyzing Student Data
  Grade Book and Data Analysis: Analyzing Student Data
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Choice Informational Text Reading

Unit 12: Informational Intervention Unit
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT: choose an informational text at their comfort level, and successfully comprehend it.

Big Idea: Using, students choose their own articles and set their own Lexile levels!

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), lexile, Newsela, articles, news, informational text, compare and contrast, cause and effect
  25 minutes
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