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A Classroom Strategy: Making T-Charts for Evidence-Based Claims (Video)

Kitten Vaa, a 2nd grade teacher at Brighton School in Mountlake Terrace, Wash., shares how her students use graphic organizers to evaluate evidence. Students draw from multiple sources, including experiments and personal experience, to support their claims.


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