4 Lesson Plans for Teaching Marking a Text

By on October 27, 2015

We hope you enjoyed our October lessons on Visual Summary. This next set of lesson plans add a close reading skill that will help students summarize argument and informational texts. Marking a Text is a deep comprehension reading skill that asks students to think about the ideas in a text and decide which ideas are the most important. Although each lesson has an identified grade level, LiteracyTA Members can add the lesson to their lesson plans and change the grade level, subject area, state literacy standards and skills. Each lesson follows LiteracyTA’s 5-Steps to Confidence Reading process and highlights a skill in an effort to support teachers as they implement more literacy standards into their curriculum. Enjoy!

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