Reflection: Lesson Planning Wolves: Nuisances or Necessities? - Section 1: Vocabulary


You don't have to do something different everyday. In fact, when I'm really teaching reading strategies and I'm incorporating vocabulary, I want my students to be comfortable with the method in which they are learning vocabulary. That's why I deliver it pretty much in the same format each time.

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Wolves: Nuisances or Necessities?

Unit 12: Informational Intervention Unit
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT: understand there are may be multiple Points of View in an informational text.

Big Idea: In this reading lesson, students locate two points of view from an article about wolves.

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), informational text, point of view, RTI, response to intervention, compare and contrast, cause and effect
  30 minutes
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