Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Using Clarification to Compare and Contrast Characters - Section 3: Guided Practice


During this section of the lesson I felt that it was important to emphasize the questioning that should be going on while students are reading. I wanted students to connect back to clarifying with the purpose of comparing and contrasting. Circulating the room and being apart of the conversations and "thinking"going on in the classroom was very important to this part of the lesson.

  Emphasis on Clarifying
  Discourse and Questioning: Emphasis on Clarifying
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Using Clarification to Compare and Contrast Characters

Unit 5: Using Clarification to Comprehend Reading
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT describe characters by comparing and contrasting how their actions contribute to the sequence of events in stories.

Big Idea: Students will recognize the relationship between characters actions and the sequence of events in a story.

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