Reflection: Pacing Re-Teaching RL 6 - Section 3: Guided Practice

 

I realized that by the time scholars evaluated their PCR's they would not have enough time to actually fancy up their PCR's.  It is more important to get to the flexible needs groups and have scholars actually fix up their own PCR's then it is to have them fix someone else's PCR.  If you have enough time to stretch this lesson into two, then you could have scholars actually re-write the PCR's, but we did not have that kind of time today.  

  Don't have scholars make changes to the PCR's
  Pacing: Don't Have Scholars Make Changes to the PCR's
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Re-Teaching RL 6

Unit 12: Voices of the Revolution - Part II
Lesson 7 of 13

Objective: SWBAT analyze how the narrator's perspective influences the way events are described.

Big Idea: There's always room to improve - let's make our responses even stronger!

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