Reflection: Trust and Respect Questioning "Two Kinds" - Section 2: Base Group Chalk Talk

 
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Questioning "Two Kinds"

Unit 1: Constructive Controversy -- Oral and Written Argumentation
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT operate in high-functioning cooperative base groups by annotating a text for inferred meaning and by writing questions of inference on character motive.

Big Idea: When students annotate a text for inferred motives and questions reveals powerful thinking.

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English / Language Arts, Short Stories, Writing, argument (Presentation Skills), argument (Composition), questioning, annotation, active reading, closereading, inferring, Amy Tan, Two Kinds
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