Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Stuart Little Book Study Chapters 8 to 9 - Section 4: Closure


Through the use of completing a character analysis graphic organizer and a writing activity, students were able to develop a conceptual understanding of characteristics and character motivations of Stuart Little.  If I were to do this activity again, I would allow students a choice of which character they would examine and not require everyone to complete a character analysis about Stuart.

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Stuart Little Book Study Chapters 8 to 9

Unit 15: Stuart Little
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT participate in a book study of chapters 8 to 9 of E.B. White's book Stuart Little.

Big Idea: Students will answer text-based questions, discuss Tier 2 vocabulary, and complete a character analysis for the book Stuart Little.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Literature, Fictional Literature, Stuart Little by E.B. White, character analysis, Graphic Organizer
  60 minutes
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