Reflection: Continuous Assessment I Can't Hear You: How Voice Develops Character - Section 4: During Reading

 

During guided reading I listen to students read frequently so I can get an idea of how well they are reading and if they are comprehending what they are reading. For students who need extra help, this is an opportunity to give students some one on one help with their reading. 

  Conferencing in Reading
  Continuous Assessment: Conferencing in Reading
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I Can't Hear You: How Voice Develops Character

Unit 11: Reading for Key Ideas and Details
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine how authors use voice to show characters thoughts and feelings.

Big Idea: Students will recognize that authors use voice to convey a message and to engage their reader.

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English / Language Arts, character action, Reading, theme, voice, plot, central message
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