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  • Mark Aaron

    Students read two different 120-word texts on having potbellied pigs as house pets. The articles have similarities and differences in facts and author's opinion. They then compare and contrast the important points and key details in the two texts in six multiple-choice questions. This is followed by a writing activity where they demonstrate knowledge and integrate information from the texts to write a persuasive paragraph. $1.50

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    Common Core Lesson for Integration of Knowledge and Ideas $1.50

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