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Civil Rights Movement-Rosa ParksThe students will be able to answer some critical thinking questions about Rosa Parks after reading a short biography about her and watching a short video clip about her. Civil Rights Movement--Use of model questions that guide students to identify and focus on information.
--Supports students to identify explicit information in text to enable them to make more complex inferences and conclusions based on evidence in text.
--Supports understanding of non-fiction and literary text structures
--Make inference and draw conclusions based on evidence in the text
--Provide scaffolding to enhance ability to understand main idea or them of text
--Use of context to understand vocabulary words and communicate meaning
--Recognize key signal words at syntax that impact meaning of sentence, paragraph, and text as a whole
--Provide opportunity to write open response answers based on reading evidence in text
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