Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Let's Read About Martin Luther King, Jr.! - Section 3: Extend Understanding


With some groups I just need to quickly comment and move on because they are capable of keeping focused and on topic.  Other groups need some prompting and guided inquiry.  I say: What might happen if you say bad words?  (let students answer)  Is that result something you want?  Does that make it a good choice or a bad choice?


This is a life skill that kids will need.  They need to analyze decisions both in and out of school.

  Discourse and Questioning: Reflection
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Let's Read About Martin Luther King, Jr.!

Unit 10: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT participate In a guided read of an emergent reader and sort meaningful behavioral choices into 2 categories.

Big Idea: Wouldn't it be terrible, wouldn't it be sad? If one single color is all the color we had?

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