Fiction & Non-Fiction Twitter Tweet Common Core Activity: Use the Twitter Concept to Make Connections to the Text
Using Twitter to Make Connections: Do you want to see if your students grasped the main idea or big event in a chapter or story but don't want to assign a boring chapter review? Use this "Twitter Tweet" activity--it's fun, fast, and you'll be able to tell right away if they read it/got it!
Use in social studies for historical figures, science for chapter summary, and so many other content areas!
Great for exit slips or bell ringers. Aligned with the Common Core State Standards for ELA, grades 6-12.
Use of the phrase "Twitter Tweet" and the Twitter logo bird is approved by Twitter (www.twitter.com) for the educational purposes of this lesson, but is not endorsed by or affiliated with Twitter or any of its affiliates. You can follow me on Twitter @MrsOrman and @HGLessons
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