Main Idea Three Ideas and Details
Readers organize and display three ideas that support a topic, as well as two details that support each idea.
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- Use this to dissect a text, or as a way to help learners prepare for a writing assignment
- Pair with expository text
- Supplement reading material for learners to organize information
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