Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Brain Power! - Section 3: Article Read Aloud: Track Thinking as a Class

  Reflection: Making the shift to nonfiction.
  Brain Power!
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Brain Power!

Unit 7: Brain Power! Non-Fiction Study of the Human Brain
Lesson 1 of 11

Objective: SWBAT activate background knowledge about the brain, as well as begin determining the differences between claims, facts, and evidence.

Big Idea: How does the brain function? As a class, we read a proposition and support article with claims about the brain and evidence to support those claims.

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