Teaching your Students the Importance of Annotating and Labeling when Reading Passages
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Since you cannot read your students' minds, it is critical that they implement your strategies such as labeling the test certain ways that you have modeled when it comes to editing and revising.
To model this concept, I have removed the labels of two cans in this video. Inside the cans are jalapenos and cat food, but since the labels are no longer there, you don't know what's inside.
Tell your students that if they choose to just bubble answers and not do your strategies, they will be losing points from now on, even if they get the answers correct.
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