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Details Meaning

“Devil is in the detail” means “small things in plans can cause difficulties when you examine them closely enough”. Example: This task may look very simple, but the devil is in the detail. Get our apps for learning English:

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Informational Reading Exit Slips - Grades 3-6

Bringing closure to Reading Workshop is an essential piece of formative instruction! That's why I created this set of Common Core aligned Informational Reading Exit Slips for grades 3-6. Included are 46 exit slips that focus on elements of informational text, text features, previewing, predicting, connections, questioning, inferring, main ideas, supporting details, summarizing, paraphrasing, unknown words, text structure, author's purpose, self reflection, goals, & more…

from Erica Weiner

Mosquito Studs

Like it or not, humans have always had insects in their lives. Based on bug behavior, we've always assigned symbolic meaning to certain species.  From ancient jewelry to the present, we see jeweled amulets in the forms of butterflies (meaning: transformation), cicadas (rebirth), spiders (wisdom), scarabs (renewal), dragonflies (strength) and bees (organization).  Bugs are sort of jewel-like, if you think about it, being tiny and colorful, with crazy details.  The Victorians really enjoyed…


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3 Books and Lessons to Teach Main Idea and Details