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I wonder why the author made the "In and Out" section first? Maybe it's because they wanted the reader to know where toads and frogs lived and what they are before they gave any more information so that you could picture them in a mental model.

Mrs. DeVries

Student Instructions

Questioning an Author's Choice

As you are reading make sure to notice the choices an author makes by asking questions. Such as: Why did the author include this information? What does the author want me to know? Why did they structure it this way? THEN make sure you think of possible answers.

3rd Grade, Reading
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