Reflection: Intervention and Extension Maniac Macgee: Compare and Contrast Characters - Section 3: Guided Practice


I did NOT use dry erase boards, too cumbersome to use with the Venn Diagram.  I did, however, allow on level and above level scholars to pair up during this time.  I pulled a small group of the lowest level of scholars because they needed more support. 

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Maniac Macgee: Compare and Contrast Characters

Unit 2: Give it All You've Got! - Part I
Lesson 5 of 16

Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast two characters in a story using quotes from the text

Big Idea: Comparing and contrasting characters: What's the big deal?

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English / Language Arts, character actions, summarizing, summary
  60 minutes
220px apple and orange   they do not compare
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