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Teaching Students to Conduct Short Research Projects

Mini-Lessons to Help Students Write Successful Research Reports from Start to Finish and Meet Higher Standards
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  • Item #: NTS565336
  • ISBN13: 9780545653367
  • Format: Professional Book
  • Pages: 128
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  • Grades: 2 - 4
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Teacher Ryan Gilpin shares her classroom-tested framework for teaching students all the skills they need to research and write a successful research report, from reading multiple sources on a topic and evaluating and synthesizing information to drafting and revising an informative/explanatory piece and presenting it to an audience. Complete with planning sheets, rubrics, student samples, and more, this practical resource is a must-have in the age of higher standards!

How to use this product:

Having students turn and talk gives everyone the opportunity to share their thinking. Some students will share with a partner, but not in a whole group.

RELATED SUBJECTS: Expository Writing , Writing

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“Ryan Gilpin provides a clear and carefully thought through road map for teaching young students how to research topics they love. Her classroom-tested mini-lessons introduce each step of the process, and Ryan includes conversations with students and samples of their work to demonstrate how it all comes together. This will be your go-to professional book for helping young students complete research and transform
their learning into original informational texts.”

–Laura Robb, author of Unlocking Complex Texts

Teaching Students to Conduct Short Research Projects

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