Reflection: Continuous Assessment Aarrr, Landlubber! It's Time to Swab the Deck or Read Closely! Pirate Week Day 2 of 5 - Section 4: Story Questions

 

I never seem to sit!  I don't have a "desk" in my room, and that's often the first question I get from visiting adults.  Walking around the room gives me an opportunity to have continuous assessment.  This kind of assessment drives my lessons from day to day.  I can't always get to grade every paper, every night, so I rely on my first hand experiences as I walk the room.  This also helps the students stay focused.

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Aarrr, Landlubber! It's Time to Swab the Deck or Read Closely! Pirate Week Day 2 of 5

Unit 2: Ocean Inspired Unit
Lesson 7 of 13

Objective: SWBAT read closely, answering questions using the text, illustrations, and their own schema (ideas). SWBAT identify text structure that make a text unique, and how the illustrations contribute to the words in a story.

Big Idea: The crew completes their close reading, presentation, and notes for How I Became a Pirate. They reread to answer questions inferring about the text and it's structure.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Fiction (Reading), text structure, read closely, illustration, notes, smart board, Graphic Organizer, Bookmark, How I Became a Pirate, Melinda Long, pirate, question, comprehension, presentation, technology, Venn diagram, infer, note taking, listening, close reading, Common Core Poster
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