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Readers need to learn to make meaning by making connections
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Readers need to learn to make meaning by making connections between this text and other texts,
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Readers need to learn to make meaning by making connections between this text and other texts, this text and the world,
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Readers need to learn to make meaning by making connections between this text and other texts, this text and the world, and between this text and him or herself.
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Read Alouds, Shared Reading, and Graphic Organizers are scaffolds to help students make those connections .
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Read Alouds in secondary classrooms can be especially useful for activating prior knowledge and connecting to student experiences.
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THE LIZZIE METHOD Take, for example, the following quadratic equation: 6x2+13x+6=0 Multiply 6, the leading coefficient, by 6, the last number in the equation. 6 x 6=36
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Find the two numbers that will multiply to 36 and also add to 13, the middle number. 4 x 9=36 4+9=13 This is the same way the Split Method starts out, but here is where it changes.
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Now, simply divide each of these numbers by 6, the leading coefficient. 4/6 and 9/6 reduce to 2/3 and 3/2 At this point, rewrite the equation. (x+2/3) (x+3/2)=0 Now find the two possible solutions x= -2/3 and -3/2
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To put the equation in its factored form, the fractions must be cleared. Step back to (x+2/3) (x+3/2) +0 and bring each denominator over to its x. (3x+2) (2x+3)=0 Voila! You have solved for the zeroes of the equation and put it into its factored form.
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Shared Reading is the practice of reading collaboratively with students. Students can follow along silently while the teacher reads aloud. Another difference is that in shared reading there is a lesson specifically related to a comprehension strategy, text feature, or reading behavior.
reading behaviors that you could teach students in this text sample?
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Graphic Organizers are visual displays of information that promote and extend student understanding of concepts and the relationships between them. Samples of Graphic Organizers
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