Reflection: Gradual Release The Biggest Best Snowman - Section 4: My snowman is . . .

 

This lesson kind of fell together in a fun way.  I changed my original thoughts and plans after finding the video about "how to draw a snowman".  Until I saw the drawing video, I hadn't thought of using this as an assessment writing paper. I knew they could all draw a snowman by themselves, this was just different.  They had to use their listening skills to follow the drawing directions.  What a fun way to assess their ability.  I was so happy with today's lesson. 

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The Biggest Best Snowman

Unit 7: Winter
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: The SWBAT write a sentence independently using capitals, spaces and punctuation after listening to the story.

Big Idea: We can write sentences all by ourselves, sounding our words to write and remembering capitals, spaces and punctuation about the snowman.

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