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Reading Informational Texts Using the 3-2-1 Strategy
|Grades||K – 2|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Three 45- to 60-minute sessions|
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March 14, 2015
I am new to lesson plan concept. I enjoyed reading all the materials. I feel these ideas can be adopted/adapted for other instructional areas too.
January 17, 2014
I like the Suzanne tweaks and I did a tweak of her tweaks. I changed to reflect the informal language of my students and also include the 5 w questions ( Who, what,where,when, why ....how, which, did, Does, etc.)
November 10, 2013
Thanks for the time spent putting this together! It is very easily adaptable to any age group! I particularly LOVE the interactive charts!
March 23, 2013
this is a great lesson; I will enjoy presenting it next week!
February 20, 2012
I tweaked a little.... 3 things I discovered, 2 things I sort of knew but didn't know...., and I more thing I want to know.
November 11, 2010
It's not clear to me what the difference is between 3 things I DISCOVERED versus 2 INTERESTING facts. Can you clarify the difference? I understand how to taech T charts and the difference between important and interesting facts, but I don't know how to explain this 3-2-1 strategy. ( I get the 1 more thing I want to learn part.)
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