How to Study the Bible Lesson 4: Reading and Observation
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How to Study the Bible Lesson 4: Reading and Observation


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How to Study the Bibles: Lesson 4 1 Reading and Observation                 How to Study the Bible Lesson 4: Reading and Observation I. Introduction: Consider the following line from the Oregonian used to promote HBO's The Girl in the Café. “An endearing romantic comedy.” • What does this quote seem to indicate about the reviewer's sentiments for the movie? Why? This is the actual line: “This new offering from HBO Films is at its heart a bit of political propaganda wrapped into an endearing romantic comedy that starts losing its laughs when it gets to Reykjavik and decides its teachable moment
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Common Core Learning Standards
 Timeline:
 Summer 2011
 Begin the process to realign ELA/Math district curriculum with new 
CCLS for grades K‐2
 School Year 2011‐2012
 Initial phase of implementation for K‐2
 Work to realign grades 3‐5 ELA/Math district curriculum
 NYS ELA/Math Assessments aligned with 2005 Learning Standards
 Summer 2012
 Continue realignment of district curriculum
 School Year 2012‐2013
 Phase II of implementation in K‐5
 NYS ELA/Math Assessments aligned with CCLSCommon Core Shfhifts for Engllhish Language Arts at 
the Elementary Level 
PK‐55 Balancing Informational and Literary 
Staircase  ofof Commplexiity
Text Based Answers
WiWrititing from Sources
Academic Vocabulary
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time students leave 3 grade, they should
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reading silently for 40-60 minutes at about
120 words per minute. They are able to take
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punctuation and writing with topic sentences
and conclusions. They locate information in a
text that is necessary to solve a problem,
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chapter headings, captions, maps maps, tables and
other visuals to locate information. They
evaluate their reading by identifying the
author’s purpose, the important and
unimpportant details, the events, actions and
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characteristics of various genres such as
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form an opinion on a subject on the basis of
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presentations. They write well constructed
repyports and essays of multipple paragraphs
using correct spelling and grammar.