Reflection: Pacing Contrasting Siblings - Section 2: Setting a Purpose


Once again, this lesson easily could be combined with yesterday’s focus of comparing. If this is not students’ first experience with compare and contrast and you have the time, then putting the two lessons together might work well in your classroom. However, I chose to separate due to time and prior experiences with contrasting not going so well. This separation allowed me to provide additional time, if needed, for scaffolding and support should the contrast portion of the two lessons went haywire!

  Pacing: Timing
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Contrasting Siblings

Unit 14: Skill and Strategy Practice with Fiction Texts
Lesson 11 of 14

Objective: SWBAT contrast two siblings from two separate texts.

Big Idea: After listening to the second text in our unit, students work in partnerships to determine how the younger siblings are different.

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English / Language Arts, Fiction (Reading), Writing, The Pain and the Great One, My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother, contrasting, characters
  50 minutes
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