Reflection: Lesson Planning The 'What's and 'Where's of Literature - Section 4: Teacher's Turn


As I went through this lesson, I realized there was just too much writing to have the students fill out the whole worksheet.  Asking them to write all 10 questions and answers became too cumbersome. I've added the modeled and guided practice questions onto the worksheet that is attached to the current lesson, so that the students can focus on the creativity of question writing and not on all of the penmanship.

  Lesson Planning: I typed the modeled and guided practice questions into the worksheet
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The 'What's and 'Where's of Literature

Unit 9: Questioning - Get to the Heart of the Text!!
Lesson 12 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use key details from illustrations and words in a story to show how the characters develop.

Big Idea: The pictures and words help us answer questions about the characters.

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, Listening and Speaking, 2nd Grade, illustration, The Kissing Hand, Reading Strategies, reading , questioning, characters, beginning/middle/end
  55 minutes
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