Reflection: Student Ownership Double Entry Journals - Section 2: Double Entry Journal

 

This is a format that can demonstrate the students’ interaction with the text.  At first, I provide the questions and the students respond.  As the students’ responses become proficient, the students create their own questions resulting from their interaction with the text and then respond and discuss.

 

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Double Entry Journals

Unit 9: Tangerine - Novel
Lesson 3 of 19

Objective: SWBAT examine a novel in depth and convey their ideas, concepts, and information through an analysis of relevant content and responses using double-entry journal format.

Big Idea: How can I share my thoughts about a novel?

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English / Language Arts, conflict, novel, questioning
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