Reading Informational Text: Focus on Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
In the third TIME For Kids webinar on edWeb.net presenters Suzanne and Jaime discussed nonfiction and their alignment with the common core. They shared ways to use the images and graphics in a non-fiction article as entry points for a topic and examples of nonfiction articles that have significant visual components. They also focused on the integration of information from two or more sources, print or digital. This webinar is presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids.
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