Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Point of View: They all see black and white on their own - Section 2: Mini-Lesson

 

Anchor charts are a great visual tool in the classroom and they serve as a reminder to students of the strategies we have worked on throughout the year. On Day 2 we used a Point of View anchor chart as part of our lesson. On day 3 (today), I hang the anchor chart (blown up to an 11x17) in the classroom with the others so they are visible to all students (see picture). I also keep copies of the anchor charts (in 8 ½ x11 size) in a binder close to my reading table so that I can refer to them when working with students.  These are helpful for when a student can’t recall a strategy or needs help remembering what it is. 

  Diverse Entry Points: Hanging Anchor Charts
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Point of View: They all see black and white on their own

Unit 5: Point of View Unit
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT practice whether the Point of View is to persuade, inform, or entertain the reader with their own text independently

Big Idea: Independent practice with the concept of Point of View

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