Reflection: Checks for Understanding Frog and Toad Are Friends - The Lost Button - Section 4: Closure


     By viewing your students' work you can easily see how much of the content your students are understanding and where their weaknesses lie.  Then you can address those weaknesses in future lessons.  I have done just that with my student's work.  Just view the video and you can see how my students did with today's lesson.

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  Checks for Understanding: Analyzing Student's Work
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Frog and Toad Are Friends - The Lost Button

Unit 3: Frog and Toad Are Friends
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT describe character traits using evidence, chart major events in the story, and use the information that they charted to answer comprehension questions using evidence.

Big Idea: Hang on tight! The students are recording events and evidence from the story so they can use that evidence to answer comprehension questions.

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