Reflection: Routines and Procedures The Final Draft: Day 1 of 2 - Section 4: Independent Practice


I usually begin with my beginning reading group when I am doing a draft check because my more independent students are able to get started and be just about finished with their corrections and revisions when they come to me.  They are also more inclined to quietly go to a quiet work area such as the computer station or library area if they think they are finished but waiting to meet with me.  Whereas my beginning students need a little more direction to get their work started.  What I have found if I meet with the beginning students first and get them started, by the time I have finished with my highest group, the beginning ones are almost done with their work.

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The Final Draft: Day 1 of 2

Unit 14: Snails: Fact and Fiction, or, Information and Literary
Lesson 11 of 12

Objective: SWBAT begin finishing their fictional personal narrative that includes an introduction, temporal words, and two or three actual facts about snails.

Big Idea: As your students begin to finish their work, they will want to be the first to have it displayed on the published wall.

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