Reflection: Conferencing Biography Research: Research, Reading, and Notes (Day 5 of 11) - Section 4: Students Read Closely, Research, and Record Notes


Each day this week during our working time, I've been checking in on individual student progress.  This has helped me plan my whole class instruction if I see most of the students missing something.  It also identifies struggling students I need to check in with, or "visit" first when we begin working.  I use this information when I meet with our student services team as "anecdotal notes" of how students are performing day to day in the classroom.  Students value their time with the teacher, so even if a student is performing well, I still stop in and conference with them for a short time to let them know they're doing a great job!

  Checking in on Student Progress
  Conferencing: Checking in on Student Progress
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Biography Research: Research, Reading, and Notes (Day 5 of 11)

Unit 3: Creative, Inventive, and Notable People of the Turn-of-the-Century
Lesson 5 of 11

Objective: SWBAT read a biography, take relevant notes, and sort them into who, what, when, where, why, and how question stem categories.

Big Idea: Your researchers will continue reading a biography, researching, taking notes, and sorting them into categories.

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English / Language Arts, research materials, Research Writing and Practices, researched information, biography (Nonfiction Lit), WHO, research and development, research, informational text, questioning, note taking, notes, Question Stems, relevant evidence, categories, Graphic Organizer, turn of the century, Creative, inventive, notable, cite evidence, relevant information, sort, biography, when, Why, where, how, what
  50 minutes
biography research
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