Reflection: Rigor Act 2: Scene 1: Comparing all of those Dramatic Elements - Section 3: Small Groups


As expected my struggling readers had a hard time with the open ended questions. The inferencing is hard enough, but then I add on new question stems. We did work through them step-by-step and once I was able to help them break down the questions, the kids seemed more confident. I do worry that they'll be leaving me soon and won't have someone to break things down like this. They've come so far though. 

  Rigor: Difficult
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Act 2: Scene 1: Comparing all of those Dramatic Elements

Unit 8: 5th Grade is So Full of DRAMA!
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast different aspects of a drama. This may include characters, settings or elements of plot.

Big Idea: Whether it's sparring characters or dramatic scene changes, there will always be lots of drama to compare and contrast in a play.

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