Reflection: Lesson Planning We Have Character! - Section 1: Video Overview of my Lessons


My kiddos definitely need more practice with making inferences about characters. I'll be building that into my lessons more this year. Even as I'm teaching other lessons that involve the characters, I'll need to model making inferences about the characters as I think aloud. 

  Character Inference Practice
  Lesson Planning: Character Inference Practice
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We Have Character!

Unit 6: A Plot To Create Better Readers...
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast characters within a story.

Big Idea: “Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim.” ―Nora Ephron

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English / Language Arts, character action, compare and contrast
  10 minutes
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