Reflection: Students with Disabilities Little Red Hen - Section 4: Independent Work

 

I try to create lessons where everyone can be successful, but in order to do that I have to make modifications (modified student work) to some lessons.  I allowed one student to tell me what he wanted to say and I wrote it.  Then he traced my handwriting.  This allowed him to practice speaking, writing, and applying his knowledge about point of view.  The modified student work in the resources shows the work.  There is a hear on the page.  When I make a mistake I always turn it into a hear and say that mistakes are good that is how we learn. It is impossible to erase with a highlighter so this is just a fun way to embrace the fact that we all mess up.  This helps my students accept their learning process too. I think this type of support and differentiation has help many students continue to feel successful in their reading skill development.

The proficient student work 1 shows a letter from the perspective of the rat, and shows the Rat's opinion about why he did not help. Proficient student work shows the point of view of the Dog and his opinion about why he could not help the Hen.

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Little Red Hen

Unit 2: Point of View
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT identify the character's point of view.

Big Idea: Two fairy tales are used to allow students to see things from the character's point of view.

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