Here's a 5 Day Review of Indiana's critical standards. These Indiana standards are the ones most likely to be tested, so I've put them into words, designed a student progress report, and given you 5 days of lessons based on these standards!
Here's what you'll get:
Critical Standards—numbered and simplified
Student Progress Report for Critical Standards
Critical Standards TO DO List—no numbers, skills only
5-Day Lesson Plan with printables for student practice as you review these skills:
Reading: Literature—“The Road Not Taken" poem
Reading: Nonfiction--“Robert Frost: American Poet” biography
Vocabulary—meaning through context (words related to poem
Parts of Speech—examples from reading selections
Grammar/Usage—examples from reading selections
Everything you need is here for that last-week review before the multiple choice portion of ISTEP! It's a new year with new standards and a new test. Let me help you get organized and prepared!
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Enjoy--and remember: Keep it simple!
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