Reflection: Students with Disabilities Using quotes to answer explicit questions - Section 2: Teaching Strategy


For my scholars who have the scribe accommodation, I give them my modeling paper with the exemplar written on it.  This way, scholars will still have an example, but they will not have to write.  Scholars glue this example into their notebooks so that they will not loose it.  

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Using quotes to answer explicit questions

Unit 1: We Are a Team: Building the Foundation
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly

Big Idea: Quotes make our response stronger - Let's strengthen our responses!

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