Reflection: High Quality Task Act 2: Scene 2: Just Give Me The Shortened Version, Please. - Section 3: Guided Practice

 

I'm still searching for longer, quality texts, but there just aren't many that I can buy for my whole class. I wish that readworks would label their plays accordingly because I just happened to stumble upon the Rosa Parks one from a previous lesson. At least with those, I know the reading level and such. I like the website I've been using because the author writes them and lists the appropriate reading level. I just don't want to cut my kids short with the reading level. I'm hoping more texts are made for them now that common core put emphasis on drama. 

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Act 2: Scene 2: Just Give Me The Shortened Version, Please.

Unit 8: 5th Grade is So Full of DRAMA!
Lesson 10 of 14

Objective: SWBAT use the elements of plot to summarize a drama.

Big Idea: The same rules apply for dramatic summaries as they do fictional summaries; Somebody, Wanted, BUT, So, Then...

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