Identifying Supporting Reasons and Evidence for an Opinion: Exploring Why Jackie Robinson Was the Right Man to Break the Color Barrier (Promises to Keep, Pages 26–29)

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Breaking barriers is not an easy thing to do. Scholars read a section in Promises to Keep and summarize how Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball. They write the gist of the passage in their journals and then complete a graphic organizer about the author's opinion.

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Instructional Ideas
  • Incorporate with African American History
Classroom Considerations
  • Lesson nine of 17 in Grade 5 ELA Module 3A, Unit 2
  • Order of lessons matter
Pros
  • Includes ideas for meeting the needs of struggling learners
  • Lists vocabulary words to increase comprehension
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