Reflection: Routines and Procedures Reviewing with a Sub: Characters' Actions (Day 3/4) - Section 2: Setting a Purpose

 

Oftentimes before teaching a lesson, I’ll mark certain pages with sticky notes. These could simply be where I plan to stop or list the actual questions I want to ask after specific text. Not only are these helpful when I’m teaching, but can be lifesavers for someone subbing in the room. They are especially helpful when reading a text without page numbers. Rather than leaving long notes describing where you’d like the reader to stop, preplanned sticky notes take the guess work out of read alouds.  Although it seems like an obvious tip, it can often be the one that is overlooked when making those last minute sub plans!

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Reviewing with a Sub: Characters' Actions (Day 3/4)

Unit 11: Mastering Fiction Elements through Photos, Videos, and Text
Lesson 11 of 12

Objective: SWBAT explain how characters' actions impact the plot of a story.

Big Idea: Students examine the actions of two characters and decide how those actions change what happen in the story.

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English / Language Arts, Fiction (Reading), character action, substitute, fiction elements, character, Paper Bag Princess, Munsch, plot
  40 minutes
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