Amanda Cornell
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Amanda Cornell
Created by Amanda Cornell over 2 years ago
Owl Quiz - week of 5/18/15
DTetreault10
Force and Motion
Canaan Sipe
Math - Geometry
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EBW: Onderwerp 1, Gr7 (KABV)
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All Edexcel GCSE PE key terms
Millie Berrett
Civil War Test 5th Grade A Nation at War
Pisgah
Grade 5: U.S. History Since 1860 Digital Story
sharon.stubbs
Green Quiz 10/28
kestouter
Blue Quiz 10/28
kestouter
Amazing Race Practice
Timothy Trimble

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  • RI3 Explain the relationships or interactions betweentwo or more individuals, events, ideas, orconcepts in a historical, scientific, or technicaltext based on specific information in the text.
  • Explain relationships between two or more events.
  • Explain relationships or interactions between two or more ideas
  • Explain relationships or interactions between two or more individuals.
  • Explain the above concepts in the following texts:
  • Scientific
  • Historcal
  • Technical
  • RI1: Quote accurately from a text when explainingwhat the text says explicitly and when drawinginferences from the text.
  • Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says
  • Quote accurately from a text when drawing inferences.
  • RI2: Determine two or more main ideas of a text andexplain how they are supported by key details;summarize the text.
  • Explain how main ideas are supported  by key details.
  • Determine two or more main ideas of a text
  • Summarize the text
  • Guided questions: What does accurately mean? How do you quote text? How do you "explain" what a quote says? Why/when would you do this in real life?
  • Guided questions:What does accurately mean? What is an inference?What information do you use when you make an inference? 
  • Guided questions:What is a relationship? What is an interactions? What is a concept? How can you see relationships in various texts? 
  • Guided questions: What is a summary? What do you use to write a summary?What impact do key details of a text have on the 
  • Guided questions: What is a main idea?How can a text have 2 or more main ideas? What are key details?How are key details  used to  develop the main idea?