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Paired Reading Passages

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by Rachel Goodman on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of Paired Reading Passages

How can I use them? Some basic questions to consider for any passage Paired Reading Passages What are paired passages? Reading passages written by two different authors about the same subject - Anticipatory Sets
- Enrichment Activities/Differentiation
- Informal or Formal Assessment
- Whole class, partnered or individual
- Closing Activities - What is the topic of each passage?
- How do the authors feel about the subject?
- What is the purpose of the passage?
- How do the authors agree? Disagree?
- How would the author of passage 1 respond
to the author of passage 2? Where can I find passages? http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/ Paired Passages will
help your students... Compare and
Contrast Concepts Identify cause and effect Analyze primary documents
artifacts, diaries, letters
newspapers, historical accounts
scientific discoveries Increase their test scores http://upfront.scholastic.com/ Scholastic
Upfront Magazine Step 1: Choose a partner.
Step 2: Select one of the activities to complete.
Step 3: Read your activity prior to Step 3
Step 4: Each partner should select a piece of candy. Step 1: Choose a partner.
Step 2: Select one of the activities to complete.
Read your activity prior to Step 3
Step 3: Each partner should select a piece of candy
Step 4: Complete your chosen activity
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