Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week

Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
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Based on Kelly Gallagher's Article of the Week concept, my reading articles are typically non-fiction and modeled on Vale Middle School's format. The articles have been chosen by me and all questions have been developed by me. If you would like to see what Vale Middle School does, check out http://vms.vale.k12.or.us/articles-week

This informational text Article of the Week comes from an article on newsela.com entitled: The Early Bird Gets the Worm, But Teens are Getting Too Tired. It was originally published in the Chicago Tribune. It includes short response, multiple choice, a graphic organizer to identify author claims and evidence and an extended response question. All of my products are word documents, so you can change them as you see fit.
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