Reflection: Lesson Planning Investigating Apples - Section 2: Read Aloud


Next time I will use a KWL chart for organizing our thoughts. My students had many questions about apples, and they could have been highlighted on the KLW chart instead of just talked about. The circle map was a good way to record information about apples, but the KWL chart would have been a better way to flow through the lesson; from background knowledge students already had, to questions they have, to new information that we learned.

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Investigating Apples

Unit 1: Learning from Nonfiction
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: With support, SWBAT research a topic and recall facts to write about that topic.

Big Idea: Students take informational texts to the new level by using them for research.

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