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No Teachers Allowed: Student-Led Book Clubs Using QAR
|Grades||3 – 6|
|Lesson Plan Type||Recurring Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Eight to ten 30- to 40-minute sessions|
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March 23, 2012
This is amazing! I've used it for three years and I love it, however, I seemed to have misplaced my originals and the links to the observation/self-assessment rubrics are no longer working. If you send me the originals I would be glad to host them on a server I use.
April 14, 2011
This was such a great lesson. We combined it with our Better Answers unit. We substituted some of the articles so that all of the articles were about amazing kids. Then we had a man who raced in the Iron Man competition come and talk about setting goals and achieving them.
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