Reflection: Student Ownership Nothing Sticks Like a Shadow or a Bracelet! - Section 3: Extend Understanding

 

Throughout this lesson there has been a gradual release of responsibility, which is something that the Common Core standards encourage.  We moved through "I Do" (the teacher), "We Do"(teacher and students together) and "You Do Together"(students with partner/small group).  This holds kids accountable for their learning after that learning has been supported and scaffolded.

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  Student Ownership: Release of Responsibility
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Nothing Sticks Like a Shadow or a Bracelet!

Unit 4: Shadows
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT sequence the major events from the story and practice retelling the story with teacher guidance.

Big Idea: Shadows are all around us.

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