Adding RIGOR to an inclusion classroom

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I use this graphic organizer with my ELL and inclusion students. Whenever we are gaining information for compare and contrast, I have them follow this format: 1. take out a sheet of paper 2. fold the bottom of the paper to the first line of the
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In this packet, the students read Icaraus, and other works to answer the essential question. Students will code the text, discuss, and the end of all readings, write a compare and contrast or cause and effect essay.
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