Reflection: What's the Message, Again? - Section 1: Do Now


It was a good idea to focus students on the problem and solution when determining the central message. It helped them see the connection to the story events. It also made it easier for them locate key details in the story to support their answers. I plan to create a poster listing the four questions to post for student reference.

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What's the Message, Again?

Unit 7: Cliff Hanger
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT speak one at a time about the topics and texts under discussion and listen to others with care.

Big Idea: Students determine the central message of a narrative through discussion.

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