Reflection: Modeling Come Along Daisy - Section 3: Writing activity

 

The more I push my students to work to the CCSS, the more I am convinced of the importance of modeling the thinking process with partner sharing, whole group discussion, use of Thinking maps and templates, and writing in front of the students exactly what is expected.  There is less confusion when multiple strategies are modeled for the students.

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Come Along Daisy

Unit 5: More writing
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: SWBAT engage in discussions about the story details and write about the events of the story.

Big Idea: We will talk about Daisy and how she didn't listen to her mother. We will write an informational paper about Daisy.

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