Reflection: ELL Students Comparing Cinderella: I Read- You Choose - Section 1: Do You Really Know Cinderella?


After I collected the final paragraphs, I noticed that many students still had blanks on their initial compare/ contrast chart.  Even though I helped them fill in their charts, I didn't explicitly write the words in the boxes for them to copy if necessary.  The reason I didn't do this was because A.)  I wanted them to analyze the text on their own and B.)  I wanted the words to be theirs. Looking back, what I should have done was make a master copy for those students who I knew would need to use it.  A great way to do this is to make a fill in the blank style chart for those kiddos who can't keep up and write while I'm talking.  Next time, I will make one of those for each story and "secretly" pass them out to my students who need that extra support. 

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Comparing Cinderella: I Read- You Choose

Unit 9: Beyond the Venn Diagram: Learning to Write a Compare and Contrast Paragraph
Lesson 1 of 3

Objective: SWBAT listen to a version of Cinderella and then complete a chart noting different elements of the story.

Big Idea: Using different versions of Cinderella stories provides a chance for students to experience the same story yet be exposed to different cultures.

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English / Language Arts, Literature, Fictional Literature, compare and contrast, Cinderella Stories
  50 minutes
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