Anticipatory Guides - How to Use an Anticipatory Guide as a Pre-Assessment

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Here's an instructional strategy to help active your students prior knowledge. It also serves as a great pre-assessment tool to help inform your instruction over various concepts. This strategy may be adapted for all grade levels.
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