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Rachelle Michael

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Pay Attention to the Author's Intentions

1. add Click add. 2. label Click the label button to type in the title of your book. 3. label drawing Click the label button to type or the draw button to write or draw about the important parts of the story. 4. Fill in each box. You can label, draw or write about the characters, setting, problem and solution. 5. In the last box explain how the author made the beginning, middle and end go together. 6. check Click the check mark when you are done filling in the boxes. 7. Click mic to record yourself reading and explaining your work. Try to stretch your thinking and tell more. You can also add more thinking in a caption. 8. check Click the check mark 2 more times when you are done.

2nd Grade, Reading
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This can be used as an exit slip in Lucy Calkins Reading Unit 1 in 2nd grade. R.L.2.5 Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.