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reading

In this introduction to our larger interdisciplinary unit entitled, Affluenza, we attempt to answer the question “What is happiness?”  through writing in journals, reading multiple and varied texts, and assessing what makes us happy by thinking about where our happiness really comes from.

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This unit features multiple types of reading strategies. The unit focuses on specific lessons to target reading strategies students use in the literacy class.

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Unit 1 is a five-day unit on narrative structure. The linked blueprint breaks the unit down by day featuring an agenda for each day and linked resources for each activity, including face-to-face and online lessons.

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Unit 0 is a four-day introduction to English 9 A and orientation to both SSR and the course’s blended format. The blueprint breaks the unit down by day featuring an agenda for each day and linked resources for each activity, including face-to-face and online lessons.

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This unit is focused on figurative language, covering common core standards in language, literature for reading, and speaking and listening with the final assessment.  It is designed to be used with a workshop model, where there is some form of opening for brief instruction, partner and/or independent work time, and a closing time for sharing within each lesson.

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Students will be reading historical fiction book at their own level. They will read, summarize, and create three book projects that correlate with some of the 4th grade common core reading standards.

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A part of our curriculum is reading response letters, which students write about what they are reading in the form of a letter to their teacher each week in their reader's notebook.  Each week, the teacher will write back and ask them further questions.  The paragraphs usually consist of the following: 

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This is a comprehension unit for 3rd grade language arts. Students will be reading Charlotte's Web and working through comprehensive questions and vocabulary for each chapter. 

Created by: Mary Wolters and Ellen Berens

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A list of activities for teaching Reading Foundational skills in stations.

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Students will receive supplimental support for understanding and learning to locate the story elements Setting and Cahracters in grade level text. This resource is intended to provide additional guidance and guided practice in support of the core reading curriculum.

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