Reflection: Flexibility Settings: Time and Place - Section 1: Setting Scattergories

 

This game is so much fun it can really eat up some time. I realized that I could not possibly get through everyone's list and that they were not wanting the game to end. My solution was to set a timer and when the timer went off, we would count up what was left on each of their boards. They were bummed to hear the timer, but the show must go on. I did award a prize for the student with the most settings. 

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Settings: Time and Place

Unit 10: Story Elements
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT identify and write a description of a setting from a story.

Big Idea: Setting is an element that students feel confident about. This is a review and a practice at inferring the setting when it is not obvious.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Fiction (Reading), story structure, story elements, setting, time and place
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