1.There is a front and back side to this content card. Even at the third-grade level, there’s a lot of information for students to learn.
2.Use this as a study card for students. But remember that any time you have a visual for students, you want to make sure to use it as a teaching tool. I know you know this, but don’t focus on all of the parts at once. Draw the attention of your students to the card as you teach the different parts in your lessons.
3.Show students how to use a piece of paper to cover the parts of the chart you’re not working with.
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