Reflection: Continuous Assessment Constructed Response on Stuart Little - Section 4: Closure


In this lesson, students had the opportunity to reflect upon lesson learned from reading Stuart Little.  They also had the opportunity to write a new ending for the story.  Some students said Stuart kept searching for Margalo until he found her.  Some students said Stuart gave up searching for Margalo and returned home to live with the Little family.  No matter what ending students chose, all of them agreed that Stuart had some wild adventures!  

  A New Ending
  Continuous Assessment: A New Ending
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Constructed Response on Stuart Little

Unit 15: Stuart Little
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT to write a 5 paragraph summary of the book Stuart Little and include a new ending.

Big Idea: Students will write a summary of the book Stuart Little with a new ending.

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English / Language Arts, Literature, Writing, Fictional Literature, Stuart Little by E.B. White, constructed response
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