Reflection: Pacing Ten Apples up on Top - Section 4: Wrap Up

 

 We write at the end of the day and this activity was a fun and relaxing.  I feel that the CCSS push the teachers and the students really hard.  I understand the urgency of instructing my students using the CCSS, but I believe we can have fun as we do it.  This was a fun book to have a group discussion and write a personal narrative about.

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  Pacing: Let's slow down
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Ten Apples up on Top

Unit 9: Dr. Seuss
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT engage in a discussion about story events an produce a narrative sentence with a detailed drawing.

Big Idea: We will discuss the story and write a sentence in response to literature.

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English / Language Arts, conversation, discussions, story
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