Reflection: ELL Students What's Your Motive? - The Three Little Pigs - Section 2: Independent Practice

 

Most of my students are English Language Learners (ELL), so I have to be particularly vigilant in making sure they have access to academic vocabulary and require them to speak in complete sentences. It was evident that it has paid off when I heard a student state the character’s motivation and cite evidence. She spoke in a complete, complex sentence and used the academic word, text. This meets standard SL 3.6, which is speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification. 

  ELL Students: State the Evidence
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What's Your Motive? - The Three Little Pigs

Unit 15: Tell Me a Story
Lesson 1 of 14

Objective: SWBAT analyze a character’s actions in order to determine the character’s motivations.

Big Idea: Students will analyze a character's behavior in order to determine WHY they do what they do.

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