Reflection: Students with Disabilities Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes - Character Map - Section 3: Closure


This last step was imperative in my classes since I have numerous struggling readers.  I do encourage students to work independently, however, given the opportunity to share provides a chance for the struggling students to verify the logic they used in determining personality traits or a chance to change their trait choice to another after discussion with their group.

In addition, when I have an extremely low student, I encourage the student to work closely with their partner throughout the assignment.


  Struggling Readers
  Students with Disabilities: Struggling Readers
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Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes - Character Map

Unit 12: Reading: Part II!
Lesson 5 of 16

Objective: SWBAT draw inferences from the text to ascertain the character development of the protagonist in the narrative.

Big Idea: Analyzing characterization using textual evidence and recording information in a character map.

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