Reflection: Coherence Choosing Structure and Design for Informational Writing Projects (Day 7 of 15) - Section 6: Group Share


Today was a busy day. Students juggled multiple tasks of various complexity. Through it all, I was surprised at how well they were able to apply what they had learned about the different text structures and features into their own work. It furthered strengthened my belief that powerful connections are made when writing supports reading. I’m excited to see just how far students can push these connections as we finish up our informational unit.  

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Choosing Structure and Design for Informational Writing Projects (Day 7 of 15)

Unit 7: Informational Writing Project
Lesson 7 of 15

Objective: SWBAT choose an appropriate text structures and features for their informational writing pieces.

Big Idea: After reviewing the five types, students will select the NF structure that is most appropriate for their topic, explain why this is the best choice, and begin to identify the best text features to include with their projects.

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