Reflection: Self-Talk Dear Mr. Henshaw: Inferencing - Section 3: Closure


This lesson was received by students with a kind of, "ho-hum" rating.  Not every lesson can be exciting, which they understand, but they still want that.  Watching the student reflection video, two different feelings toward the lesson are revealed.  What I most want to get across is that practice with writing the skill is far more relevant that reviewing skills through multiple choice, as was evident with the closure activity.  As we move toward challenging Common Core evaluations, it's only fair to prepare our kids to face these tests by providing plenty of practice.

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Dear Mr. Henshaw: Inferencing

Unit 11: Inference Fiesta
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: TSWBAT read the story and infer about situations in the excerpt.

Big Idea: Fill in the blanks with inferencing!

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