Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation A Favorite Book - Section 3: Closure


Kids love to talk about their favorite anythings, so this kind of an activity is a win-win.  They're writing, and comparing while having fun.  It went well because the students had choice in coming up with their favorite book and enjoyed thinking of themselves in the role should there be a movie version.  I'd like to expand the lesson, and give them the chance to put a more into the movie aspect.  As I walked around while they worked, this is what generated the most excitement.

  Favorite Books
  Intrinsic Motivation: Favorite Books
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A Favorite Book

Unit 13: Comparison City
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: TSWBAT will select a favorite book, compare characters, write a short summary, and throw in a little imagination.

Big Idea: Share favorite book titles...spread the joy!

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