Reflection: Pacing Persepolis Star Seminar: Small Group Debrief - Section 5: Wrap up and Next Steps


And I ran out of it was just the collection of papers and books for the last few minutes of class. I forgot to build in time to have the students return their desk to normal rows. Since I share my room, it is important to make sure the room is in order every day...and that takes time.


  A note on running out of time at the end of class
  Pacing: A note on running out of time at the end of class
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Persepolis Star Seminar: Small Group Debrief

Unit 2: Narrative Reading and Writing: Persepolis and Memoir
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT develop their own understanding of the text by participating in small group seminar discussions.

Big Idea: Being able to state and support a claim about text is a difficult thing--providing scaffolded opportunities to be successful with this is essential in the high school ELA classroom.

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