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2013 ELAOK REAC3H Regional: Grades 3-5
Transcript of 2013 ELAOK REAC3H Regional: Grades 3-5
or writing lesson entail?
How is this different?
What accommodations or
improvements would you make?
A man wants to walk across the land, but the earth is covered with thorns.
He has two options - one is to pave his road, to tame all of nature into compliance. The other is to make sandals.
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Director of Early Childhood
Language Arts Walk
Teams of 2-3
Assign a Scribe
Surround a Picture
running through the garden
stumbling over his own feet
fumbled the ball (verb with direct object)
on the ten yard line (prepositional phrase)
sliding through the mud (participial phrase)
the team captain (appositive)
the coach's pet (appositive)
stumbling over his own feet (participial phrase)
causing the team to lose the ball (participial phrase)
in the last two seconds (prepositional phrase)
What happens next?
Read "Students Who are
College & Career Ready"
Only 20 Words
1 Complete Sentence
3... 2... 1... ASSESSMENT!
3 Things Learned
TRAIN YOUR BRAIN
Gist for comprehension
Language Arts Walk: Emergent Grammar and Writing Model Lesson
Design Lesson Tasks
What's the Subject?
Verb with a Direct Object?
 Sentence Variety
Label the Following
Verb with a Direct Object
when he saw the cheering cheerleader (adverb clause)