Reflection: Character vs. Society - Section 3: Recording Knowledge


     Although we are not quite there yet, asking students to come up with their own ideas about what their assignments and products of learning should look like is on the way to reciprocal teaching.  Students responded well to less modeling at this point in time.  They were given opportunity to decide how they want to represent their learning on the trifold and they delivered.  The final products and sharing out were very engaging to us all.

  Reciprocal Teaching
  Reciprocal Teaching
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Character vs. Society

Unit 6: Challenging Characters
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify and describe how characters in a story conflicts with society.

Big Idea: How do characters' experiences affect their views of society ?

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