Reflection: Discourse and Questioning The 2 Faces of Pocahantos - Comparing Informational Text and Literature - Section 4: Students Take A Turn

 

I thought my students were secure in their understanding of the different text features, so I was surprised when a student asked me what the 'dark words' were in this video about bold print.  I need to continue to name these or label these as we look at informational text so the can use them efficiently to read and comprehend.

  Discourse and Questioning: Continue to reinforce the text features
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The 2 Faces of Pocahantos - Comparing Informational Text and Literature

Unit 5: Summarizing: Use Main Idea and Supporting Details
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT use text features and the structure of text to summarize key details, comparing the ideas between informational text and literature.

Big Idea: Compare the real story of Pocahantos with a favorite Disney version!

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Literature, Reading, main idea, Social Studies, Nonfiction (Reading), informational text, versions of a story, text features, summarizing, 2nd Grade, key details
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