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A general scoring guide for students to refer to for daily assignments done in their class Interactive Notebooks....

A general scoring guide for students to refer to for daily assignments done in their class Interactive Notebooks....

Inferring-Using a staged trashcan we pulled out items and inferred about that person. I later pasted those items to a chart trashcan and included wording that we use when we talk about inferring. (Angela Bunyi)

Inferring-Using a staged trashcan we pulled out items and inferred about that person. I later pasted those items to a chart trashcan and included wording that we use when we talk about inferring. (Angela Bunyi)

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FREE: Inference Activity – Reading Between the Lines: Match the Statement Card to the Emotion Card. Information: Inference Activity, Inference Game, Making Inferences *Free Worksheet Printables *

FREE: Inference Activity – Reading Between the Lines: Match the Statement Card to the Emotion Card. Information: Inference Activity, Inference Game, Making Inferences *Free Worksheet Printables *

I think I'm going to use some variation of this in place of signed reading logs...readers journal? Two entries a week, once in class and once at home. No need to record minutes. I really like the "books I'd like to read" section and the vocabulary section.

I think I'm going to use some variation of this in place of signed reading logs...readers journal? Two entries a week, once in class and once at home. No need to record minutes. I really like the "books I'd like to read" section and the vocabulary section.

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