Reflection: Lesson Planning Character Contributions- Peter Rabbit - Section 2: Independent Practice

 

Scaffolded instruction was key to this lesson. Previous lessons included sequencing, cause and effect (informational text), character traits, and character actions. The Common Core Standards set a benchmark for what students should be able to do, but it is up to teachers to determine how to get them there. There are a multitude of resources available on unwrapping the standards. In addition to the work I did with teachers in my district, one of my favorite resources is this state's essential skills listing.

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Character Contributions- Peter Rabbit

Unit 15: Tell Me a Story
Lesson 14 of 14

Objective: SWBAT analyze a character’s actions and determine how they contribute to the sequence of events.

Big Idea: Students discover power of a characters actions and the effect they have on story events.

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