Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Snail Facts - Section 4: Independent Practice

 

My students enjoyed listening to Are You a Snail?  The pictures and information given about snails prompted them to ask questions and remember things about snails they observed.  Because we had worked before with identifying the topic, main idea, and supporting details, this activity is getting easier for them.  Some of my more independent students are able to fairly accurately complete the graphic organizer on their own.  Just about all of my students met my teaching goal of being able to identify the topic, main idea, and supporting details and write about what new things they learned in their journals from their graphic organizers.  The important thing to remember is they are still learning and need lots of practice.

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Snail Facts

Unit 14: Snails: Fact and Fiction, or, Information and Literary
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Objective: SWBAT identify the topic, main idea, and details from the text and use this information to write what new things they learned

Big Idea: Your students will apply what they know to learn new things and see the world differently!

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