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FREE:  Informational Text Features with Student Interviews
STUDENTS LEARN INTERVIEW SKILLS WHILE EXAMINING INFORMATIONAL TEXT FEATURES. Lesson includes: -An example of a completed assignment -Clear assignment guidelines for students -Directions for creating student avatars Another product that might interest you is: Thesis versus Claim Activities Also
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Colonial Governing Documents
This product contains excerpts of primary sources from early American colonial governing documents, guided reading organizer, writing prompt, thesis development worksheet, essay requirements, and a rubric for grading the final essay. This has been created to address TN.SS.8.13 and serves as a gre
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Class-Produced ABC Book - Witches! The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem
A whole-class-produced ABC Book project for Witches! The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem by Rosalyn Schanzer.
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Who Was Charles Schulz?: Use Reference Materials and Indicate Titles of Works
Brought to your classroom by the DaVinci Machine! Using the high-interest world Charles Schulz’ Peanuts characters and how they were developed, this language arts lesson will stimulate your students' inner artist, reinforce grammar conventions, and make them dig into their dictionaries.This is a co
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Across the Curriculum Informational Text 4th-8th Grade KWLA Chart
This “KWLA Chart” is appropriate for reading comprehension and writing instruction in grades 4th-8th. (Two materials, 1st-3rd and 4th-8th, are provided and can be purchased for diverse students and grade levels.)The “KWLA Chart” material is unique, with four interactive formats. Student friendly map
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Exercises in Comparison and Contrast, #1: The Two Different Types of Whales
Comparison and contrast is a common text structure used by many writers of non-fiction, so this exercise provides great practice and an engaging, informative topic. Professionally written, evidence-based questions and a writing prompt are included for assessment. Don't worry; it has been "kid-teste
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Endangered Animals on Parade
Children enjoy learning about animals. They love reading about, watching them, and acquiring knowledge about their habits: what they eat, where they live, their size, their babies and their survival strategies. Add an animal’s conservation status, and children become intrigued with humanity’s rol
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Native Americans: Informational Writing & Integrated Research Project
Native Americans: Informational Writing & Integrated Research ProjectThis unit integrates studying about Native Americans and geography, research, and informational writing. Students select a Native America tribe in North America and research how the physical geography of their location affecte

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Details! Main Idea! Drawing Conclusions! #10: Our System of Government and Laws
Here is an engaging, thought-provoking and yet easily accessible passage that explains in four pages how our entire system of government works and how our laws are developed, refined and passed. You can skip the tedious, dry explanations in the text book and give your students a social studies/readi
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