Reflection: Grappling with Complexity Are you quick as a cricket? - Section 2: Reading of the story

 

This lesson had many creatures and adjectives.  We acted them all out, and they got crazy.  I am wondering if I should have shown the video version of the story before I read it.  My ELL students may know what the creatures are in their language, but not in English.  Also the number of adjectives were too many.  I should have only chosen a handful to work on.  

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Are you quick as a cricket?

Unit 6: Insects
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: The SWBAT write a sentence using chosen adjectives from the story.

Big Idea: We will review and act out verbs and write a sentence using nouns and adjectives in the story.

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English / Language Arts, adjectives, questioning, insects
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