Reflection: Modeling So Say the Little Monkeys - Section 2: Reading the Story

 

My lesson was to have my students participate in discussion about story events, phonetically write their informational sentences independently.  I truly believe that the singing/chanting through out the story helped my ELL students accomplish this task.  Modeling the vocabulary in a sing/songy way with motions helped with comprehension.  They could chant to themselves and remember the verbs so they could write their sentence(s).  Modeling the vocabulary and modeling the writing gave my students the knowledge to be independent writers today.

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So Say the Little Monkeys

Unit 3: Animal Adventures
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT engage in discussion about story details and phonetically write an informational sentence (s).

Big Idea: We will learn about the little monkeys through discussion and produce an informational sentence using phonetic spelling.

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