Reflection: Intervention and Extension Word Roots, How Can I Use You? - Section 4: Dialogue Notes


The length of time varies for note-taking depending on the student achievement levels.  My general classes seem to write slower and definitely need more explanation and examples than my honors class.  That is why this year I began providing copies of the basic notes for students.  It limited the amount of writing and students could focus on the examples and interact with their notes by providing their own hints about the dialogue rules.

  Time needed for notes
  Intervention and Extension: Time needed for notes
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Word Roots, How Can I Use You?

Unit 1: Folklore
Lesson 4 of 15

Objective: SWBAT incorporate words using these word roots into their writing of a dialogue between Daedalus and Icarus

Big Idea: Do word roots really help determine the meaning of new words?

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English / Language Arts, theme, mythology
  70 minutes
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