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This book includes prepared lessons (student materials & lesson plans) arranged by subject; suggestions for classic discussion ideas on content and thinking processes; identification of objectives for applying thinking skills; master graphics for explaining concepts; and tools for process writing instruction. Central to all lessons, graphic organizers illustrate how information is related through depicting key skills and involving students in active thinking. Lessons are broken down between Language arts, writing, social studies, math, science, enrichment (math & art), and personal problem solving, and into sub-categories of those subjects as well.
Designed to supplement your core elementary-grade curriculum, graphics and diagrams are included, with each lesson including a lesson plan, background information, and a completed graphic organizer with suggested answers. The lesson plan format includes the defined thinking skill, objective, discussion techniques, writing extension, suggestions to help students think, similar content lessons in the same content area, a completed graphic with answers, and a text passage and worksheet for student use.
341 reproducible pages, softcover. Book 2. Reproducible pages for classroom use. Grades 5-8.
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