Reflection: Student Ownership The Happy Lion Part 1 - Section 3: Second Reading

 

    Student discussion indicate that they were detailed in their note taking. After filling out notes on post its and converting them into interpretive questions, students reflected on this process.  Their feedback to me was that the modeling and role playing of examples and non-examples helped them to get to this level of independence.  Also, the Bloom's question stems and rubrics of performance expectations guided instruction throughout this lesson and gave students concrete examples of goals for this lesson. They were able to cite the text and where it was located in the book. Students also elaborated on the reasons they chose the questions and why they thought these questions would help them better understand the story.

  Student Ownership: Taking Notes
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The Happy Lion Part 1

Unit 8: Shared Inquiry Discussion 1
Lesson 5 of 18

Objective: SWBAT develop interpretive questions based on key details in a text.

Big Idea: How do multiple readings of text deepen knowledge ? Students use post-it notes to highlight specific points in the story and collaborate to design interpretive questions.

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English / Language Arts, shared inquiry, interpretive questions, close reading, note taking, shared inquiry discussion
  80 minutes
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