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Shell K-12 Text-dependent Question Guide Printed Book by Debra Housel

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  • Text-dependent questions increase students' understanding of text
  • Comprehensive sections enable students to study broad concepts
  • Text-dependent question stems help students access and understand concepts
  • Question stems correlate to Common Core and other state standards

Item: SHL51475
Manufacturer: Shell EducationView similar

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This teacher resource allows you to create text-dependent questions to increase your students' understanding of text through in-depth examinations. Comprehensive sections enable students to study broad concepts, such as text structure and point of view, as well as analyze the overarching themes, concepts, arguments and claims presented in texts. Written at a variety of grade level ranges, these text-dependent question stems allow teachers to differentiate content so all students can access and understand the concepts explored. Question stems can also be used to correlate to the Common Core and other state standards. Resource is designed for students attending kindergarten to 12th-grade.

Product NameK-12 Text-dependent Question Guide
Product TypePrinted Book
ManufacturerShell Education
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.shelleducation.com
Packaged Quantity1 Each
Distribution Media/MethodBook
Manufacturer Part Number51475
Brand NameShell
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AuthorDebra Housel
Number Of Pages160
CategoryEducation
PublisherShell Educational Publishing
GradeK-12
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Country Of OriginUnited States

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