Use Prior Knowledge and Context to Predict and Confirm Meaning: Grade-Level-Specific Lessons

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Brief Focus Lessons, which take on a purposeful and explicit tone, last about 7–10 minutes, maximizing student potential for engagement and retention. Select the lesson that matches your grade level to teach the strategy of use prior knowledge and context to predict and confirm meaning to aid in the goal of expand vocabulary.

Grade 1

Materials needed: prepared sentences on chart paper or sentence strips.

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Grade 2

Materials needed: prepared sentences on chart paper or sentence strips.

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Grade 3

Materials needed: prepared sentences on chart paper or sentence strips.

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Grade 4

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Everything Vikings By Nadia Higgins

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Grade 5

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The Solar System, Meteors, and Comets By Clive Gifford

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Grade 6

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The Kid Who Invented the Trampoline: More Surprising Stories about Inventions By Don L. Wulffson

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