Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Bad Boy: Why Characters Act Out - Section 2: Mini Lesson

 

I once had a student offer to pay me $3 for keep reading aloud from The Fourth Stall. They love it. Here's another student talking about how he aspired to write like Chris Rylander, the author.

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Bad Boy: Why Characters Act Out

Unit 10: Changes in Self Perception: Part 1
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT: close read and mark a nonfiction text to make and support inferences.

Big Idea: By reading an excerpt from Walter Dean Myers's "Bad Boy," students will support their claims on characterization.

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