Reflection: Relevance Poppleton in Winter - Section 3: Partner Work


After I taught this lesson a friend of mine showed me the neatest graphic organizer.  It looks like a roller coaster.  It would have been perfect because I compared the plot to the roller coaster in the poster. I think using a more creative graphic organizer might have motivated students to make deeper connections and helped the students connect meaning to their work.

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Poppleton in Winter

Unit 1: Plot
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT use the illustrations and text to retell a story.

Big Idea: Use illustrations, humor, and characters to learn about the plot.

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