Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Robin Hood - Section 2: Independent Work: Finding Information in the Text


Of course, I have to mention the appearance of the word ‘southpaw’ in this selection. The students pick up on it right away because we just read a short story a day or two before this lesson with that as its name. They are pleased to make the connection and remind one another of its meaning.

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  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Making Connections
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Robin Hood

Unit 8: Character Change: Short Stories
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: Describe the character traits that enable one character to get the best of another using supporting details from the text.

Big Idea: Read on to find out how clever Maid Marian gets the best of Robin Hood, the legendary English hero.

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English / Language Arts, character development
  55 minutes
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