Reflection: ELL Students The Crayon Box That Talked - Section 3: Extend Understanding


The kids LOVE the sharing part.  They enjoy trying to guess who is who.  You could add more details like a favorite food or favorite game so students get to know their classmates even better and find even more things in common!

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The Crayon Box That Talked

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

Objective: SWBAT examine the importance of individuals in a group and create a class book that addresses both similarities and differences among their classmates.

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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