Reflection: Accountability How Do You Feel? - A Character Analysis - Section 2: Independent Practice


Even when students were not stating a feeling and evidence, they were engaged because they were checking each group member's evidence. Each student was also engaged in discussion surrounding the validity of a student's answer. Each time they referred to the text to support their answer. Some students referred to the illustrations to note Mulan's feelings, too!

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How Do You Feel? - A Character Analysis

Unit 6: The Ballad of Mulan
Lesson 5 of 14

Objective: SWBAT identify a character's feelings by analyzing their reactions to situations in the story.

Big Idea: Students have been examining character traits based on how the character behaves. Third graders tend to respond that the character was either happy or sad when asked how they think they feel even if there is no evidence to support their claim.

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