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QR Code Scavenger Hunt: NYS Grade 4 ELA Module 4 Lesson 1 Vocabulary

Students will work their way around the room using QR Code Clues!This QR Code Scavenger Hunt asks students to locate synonyms for 10 different Grade 4 ELA Module 4 Lesson 1 words. Students can work independently, in pairs, or as small groups.Hang the clues around the room and students will use/solve the clues given to move to the next card.

If you are looking for a way to incorporate more writing into the NYS Grade 4 ELA Modules then this product is for you! This task is designed to be used with "The Keeping Quilt". Students will be guided through a graphic organizer to get started with the writing process.

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Scrambled Paragraph Writing Activities: Mini Unit

Scrambled Paragraph Writing Activities: Mini Unit~ No Prep Printables! Students use clues to assemble these 8-sentence paragraphs. Cut 'n' paste activities and additional practice lessons help students learn how to write their own logical, organized paragraphs. Fun, easy, and ready to go! #paragraph #writing

FREE EXPOSITORY WRITING LESSON PLAN - Writing a Descriptive Paragraph: This expository writing lesson is student directed because it guides the students through the process of writing a descriptive paragraph, up to and including grading their own final paper before turning it in for teacher evaluation.

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Eureka Math/Engage NY January HW Calendar (Module 4)

This January Calendar reviews content from Engage NY 4th Grade Module 3 topics G - H along with Module 4 Topics A - B. All answers are included and it is in Word Format so you can edit as needed. ***This would also be a great extension for gifted 3rd grade students or to cover gap areas for struggling 5th grade students. ***I created the homework calendars to use instead or as supplement to the Engage NY Math Modules.

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Google Classroom - Critical thinking - What is Textual Analysis #1 - non-fiction

WHAT IS TEXTUAL ANALYSIS? CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS. The ELA CCSS require students to learn how to read texts carefully; This is a self-contained unit on textual analysis. Everything you need is here. Included: ➢A small excerpt, having to do with science, from Tocqueville's Democracy in America. ➢Suggestions on how to read the text at different levels. ➢A breakdown of the excerpt sentence by sentence with writing prompts ➢Group and individual Qs AND MORE $

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Making Inferences: Differentiated Passages and Questions

Making Inferences: Differentiated Reading Passages and Questions- 10 Reading Passages with questions and answer keys. Three different levels for each passage so your students can practice inferring. By Kristine Nannini