Reflection: Gradual Release A Detailed Report: Using Details to Support the Central Idea - Section 3: Independent Practice

 

Throughout this week’s lessons, I have worked to gradually release students to analyze the text. We started with group work, partner work, and then made our way to independent work. This helps build confidence in reading strategically. 

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A Detailed Report: Using Details to Support the Central Idea

Unit 11: Reading for Key Ideas and Details
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine the central message by exploring the plot.

Big Idea: How do I determine the author’s message?

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English / Language Arts, author's purpose, Reading, The Lorax, plot, central message
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