Reflection: Unit Exams More Practice With Key Ideas & Details - Section 2: Independent Practice


I thought it was important to design questions that encourage students to think about what they have read in order to answer questions. I wanted to make sure that the questions I used in this assessment gave me a good picture of what students had learned in this unit. I also wanted to make sure students had both open ended questions and multiple choice questions that made them think on a more complex level.

  Unit Exams: Assessment
Loading resource...

More Practice With Key Ideas & Details

Unit 11: Reading for Key Ideas and Details
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine the main idea of a text by focusing in on the main details in a text.

Big Idea: How can I determine the main idea of a text without getting wrapped up in too many details?

  Print Lesson
Add this lesson to your favorites
English / Language Arts, main idea, Reading, central message, detail, plot
  45 minutes
more practice with key ideas
Similar Lessons
Having a friend is better than those …
3rd Grade ELA » Getting to Know You with Literature
Big Idea: Students discuss things they really, really want. Then decide how, when compared with having a good friend, that object just isn't important.
Environment: Rural
Jennifer Martinez
Mythology Reading Groups, Day 7
6th Grade ELA » Mythology
Big Idea: Cooperation, collaboration & comprehension improve with group work. Oh, and we learn a thing or two about myths too!
Shrewsbury, MA
Environment: Suburban
Sue Andrews
Questioning: I wonder...
3rd Grade ELA » Questioning Unit
Big Idea: Introducing the concept of Questioning
West Bloomfield, MI
Environment: Suburban
Melody Arabo
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload