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    H Shorr commented  · 

    As an elementary teacher, I sometimes will teach a unit during two different classes, reading and writing for example. These are two separate teaching blocks/classes in my schedule, but the unit may cross over a few. Sometimes units are also taught cross-curricularly, which means it could be taught in ELA and Social Studies for example, beginning in one and finishing in another. Being able to assign sentence writing to both writing and Social studies would be helpful when I have students writing sentences using information from a social studies unit such as the American Revolution.

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