Reflection: School/District Initiatives Writing About Theme in "The Hearth and the Salamander" - Final Draft Publishing - Section 2: Independent Practice

 

This time has been utilized in various forms in recent years, but we worked to implement this program as an RTI (Response to Intervention) Tier I support structure. In simpler terms, this program was designed and implemented as an added support for all students. This program can be utilized in a variety of ways, based on students' needs and teachers' capability of offerings. Primarily, students can receive intervention, extension/enrichment, schedule test make-ups, and/or utilize technology resources like the computer lab and media center. We are thankful for this program nearly each and every day, as it allows greater flexibility and opportunity for teachers and support staff to more effectively meet the needs of our students, and for the students to learn to better advocate for themselves and gain the support needed. 

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Writing About Theme in "The Hearth and the Salamander" - Final Draft Publishing

Unit 5: Fahrenheit 451 - Novel Study
Lesson 9 of 16

Objective: Students will work independently in the computer lab to type and publish their final drafts of the essay on Conformity vs. Individuality in Fahrenheit 451.

Big Idea: This Looks and Sounds Great! I Am So Proud Of Myself!

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English / Language Arts, essay (ELL Reading Comp), theme (Reading Comp), Reading, Writing Process, edmodo.com, fahrenheit 451, bradbury, publishing, anticipation
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