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Author Study and Sketch Direcons: Write the author’s name in tle box below the picture frame and sketch his/her likeness. Then, list the informaon in the appropriate boxes. 10 Facts about the Author

Other Works by this Author

Memorable Character Quotaons

Story Themes

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What I Like about this Author


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Double Boxes Map Direcons:

Compare and contrast ideas with this graphic organizer. The heavy boxes are the two main ideas, the lighter boxes are the traits they share, and the dotted boxes are traits unique to each main idea.

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KWL Chart on ________________________ Direcons: Write your topic on the line above. Then, list the required informaon in the following areas as indicated. What I

Know

What I

Want to Know

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What I Want to earn


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Network Tree Direcons: This is a hierarchical chart, which is designed to show how things are organized. Follow your teachers direcons as you proceed.

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Observaon Map Direcons: Write your topic in the top box. Then, list sensory details in the appropriate columns. Topic: Sight

Sound

Touch

Taste

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Smell


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Problem Analysis Direcons: List the required informaon in the following areas as indicated. People or Agencies Involved

The Problem

The Events

The Soluon

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The Seng

The Consequences of the Soluon


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Think Pair Share________________ Direcons: Write your topic on the line above. Then, list the required informaon in the following areas as indicated. What I Thought about the Topic

What my Partner Thought about the Topic

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What We Decided to Share


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Venn Diagram with 2 Ovals for ____________and____________ Direcď€˜ons: Write the two topics that are being compared and contrasted on the lines above and the taglines below. The shared area is what the two topics have in common. The outside areas show how the topics are different.

Tagline 1

Tagline 2

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