Reflection: Organizational Systems The Revenge of Ishtar - Section 1: Quote Charts


The efficient use of class time is always a challenge. There are too many things to do and not enough time to get it all done, so I'm always looking for ways to multitask. During today's class I get students going on the quotes and then go around the room and check in the homework. This way they are actively involved in learning while I'm taking care of an important chore.

  Efficient Use of Class Time
  Organizational Systems: Efficient Use of Class Time
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The Revenge of Ishtar

Unit 7: The ELA and Social Studies Connection: Content-Area Literacy
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate comprehension of how plot events influence the ways in which characters grow and change.

Big Idea: This lesson based on an ancient Mesopotamian myth gives kids a chance to get up and active – twice!

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