Reflection: Conferencing Retell A Story With DEEP Connections! - Section 4: The Students Take a Turn


It's important to ask the students why they make choices for connections and transition words. Here's a video of a teacher conferencing with a student.  I like to walk around and ask students not only what they wrote but why they wrote it.  This feedback helps me teach better when I know what choices they students are making and how they are making them.

  Conferencing: How do you know what you know?
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Retell A Story With DEEP Connections!

Unit 4: Connecting with Key Details and Theme
Lesson 5 of 11

Objective: SWBAT recount parts of a story and connect to the text as well as determine the theme.

Big Idea: When students look for deeper connections, they reveal the theme of a story and connect.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, theme (Reading Comp), Special Education, 2nd Grade, Connecting, transition words, sequence, Mercer Mayer, key details, point of view
  50 minutes
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