Reflection: Discourse and Questioning "Setting A Purpose to Read" Answering Questions While Reading - Section 4: Wrap Up


I thought it was important to use as much questioning as I could in this lesson so students could think through what I wanted them to grasp in the lesson. Using questioning made students think through what they were doing, and gain a better understanding of how to set a purpose to read and why it is important to comprehending what they read.

  I Have Some Questions
  Discourse and Questioning: I Have Some Questions
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"Setting A Purpose to Read" Answering Questions While Reading

Unit 6: Setting A Purpose to Read
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT read a text with the purpose of answering questions about the text.

Big Idea: Students will understand that setting a purpose to read builds deeper understanding of what was read.

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