Reflection: Intervention and Extension Journaling Our Memoirs of the Revolutionary War - Section 2: Writing Their Journals


Here's my video clip of the areas my students struggled and what I did (or you can do with your lesson) to address each area and the misconceptions they had

  student difficulties and my suggestions
  Intervention and Extension: student difficulties and my suggestions
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Journaling Our Memoirs of the Revolutionary War

Unit 4: Our American's Revolution - A Time For Change
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT...recall relevant facts to summarize information using their research notes on their Revolutionary War figure's perspective of the war for a summary writing task

Big Idea: Every person sees things from a different perspective. Good writers can take on the persona of their characters to make their stories real to their audiences.

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