Reflection: Student Communication Story Element Project, Day 3 of 3 - Section 4: Exit Comment: What Remains?

 

As in any class, I had a few students who still had A LOT to do for one reason or another. For me, this means follow-up. As our vacation draws to a close, I'll send out a quick email to these students checking in on their work. This won't take much time and will, I hope, have large payback (because who wants to let Mrs. Braman down when she has made personal contact about the project?!).

  Those Few Slow Workers
  Student Communication: Those Few Slow Workers
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Story Element Project, Day 3 of 3

Unit 3: Text Structure and Language Use in Literature
Lesson 14 of 15

Objective: SWBAT analyze how story elements work together by completing an arts integration project.

Big Idea: Complete the puzzle--how do the story elements work together to form the big picture?

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