Reflection: Students with Disabilities Freedom Writing: Themes and Perspective - Section 4: Dear Journal


To modify the writing portion I asked my students' with special needs to only write from one perspective. That way they could focus and not feel so overwhelmed. For one student who is significantly behind in grade level, I had him just write good sentences that came from the story.

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Freedom Writing: Themes and Perspective

Unit 15: Holiday Lessons Throughout the Year
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT write a journal as if they were a student growing up in 1965 in the heart of the civil rights movement.

Big Idea: This lesson explores the civil rights movement in Alabama right after the bus boycott. Students will use perspective about the issues surrounding Martin Luther King.

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