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Finding Text Evidence
identify the main points an author makes and the support/reasons the author gives for the main points. Common Core Standard RI.K.8 is addressed.
Sound More Natural in American English in 36 Minutes
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10th Grade ELA/Social Studies
10th grade ELA/Social studies lesson during which students engage with multiple resources to explore the bystander effect.
Nonfiction Text Structures
This video discusses nonfiction text structures and how they affect nonfiction comprehension of the genre.
The Life Autistic Documentary
Iowans with autism illustrate the nuances of The Life Autistic in this two-hour broadcast special. We meet twelve people of different ages and backgrounds, along with their families and caregivers, to understand the daily lives and future prospects of people with autism. Their stories explore diagnosis, early intervention, family life, treatment, education, employment and independent living. Interviews with experts, educators and advocates -- including famed author and speaker Temple Grandin -- provide greater context and a better understanding of the many expressions of autism. Tyler Leech lends his unique perspective as a member of Iowa’s community of people with autism to the stories from the original Iowa PBS web series.