Reflection: Gradual Release Look Who's Talking! - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


There are so many things that can be taught in a read aloud. Here, in this one page from Ninth Ward, I was able to bring together several of the concepts that we are working on!

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Look Who's Talking!

Unit 1: Narrative Writing
Lesson 4 of 14

Objective: SWBAT: identify and develop how dialogue affects characterization in narratives

Big Idea: By rewriting a Calvin and Hobbes cartoon, students understand how characters "sound" different in text.

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