In this final unit, students continue to explore the question: “How do authors learn and share their knowledge on a topic?” Students also expand their expertise as writers by crafting a research-based letter. The specific literacy focus of this unit is on writing a research-based letter to Ms. Osborne using text-based facts, as well as learning to revise.
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Foundational Reading and Language Standards, Show the Rule (TM) Example Lesson Sequence: Writing with Capital Letters
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