Reflection: Lesson Planning Characters Change! - Looking at Pictures - Section 3: The Teacher Takes A Turn


You may notice that I've changed the chart headings for the teachers' chart. I had 'before' and 'after', but to stay true to the Common Core Standard about looking at how characters change at the beginning, middle and end of the story, I changed them to 'beginning' and end'. 

  Lesson Planning: Revise the headings
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Characters Change! - Looking at Pictures

Unit 2: Introduction to 2nd grade - Literature has Story Elements
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT describe characters in a story as they respond to major events and challenges and analyze how they develop and interact from the beginning to the end of the text.

Big Idea: Characters develop in a familiar story - let's show how they change!

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English / Language Arts, character trait, Special Education, Literature, Reading, 2nd Grade, characters, character development, story elements, character, setting, Reading Strategies, solution, questioning, problem
  55 minutes
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