Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Creating a Visual Representation Depicting Conflict Revealing Theme - Section 3: Creating a visual representation


While I observe this student work, I am happy I asked students to complete a visual representation as a form of assessment.  From her work, I can assess her proficiency in understanding that the conflict between father and son led to a theme of love being stronger than tradition.  

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Creating a Visual Representation Depicting Conflict Revealing Theme

Unit 12: Short Story Boot Camp
Lesson 8 of 11

Objective: SWBAT cite strong text evidence analyzing the conflict and theme of a text by creating a visual representation.

Big Idea: Creating a visual representation can help students gain a deeper understanding of a text.

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