Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint

Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
Finding the Main Idea PowerPoint
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Common Core Standards
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Teaching how to identify the main or central idea of a text? Amp up the fun and proficiency level of your students this comprehensive, instructional PowerPoint: "Finding the Main Idea." Presentation addresses direct versus implied main ideas and how to identify each, with a focus on expository, nonfiction text. Assess your students with a formative/summative review that will let you know their comprehension level. Easy for you - engaging for them!

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32 pages
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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