Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Picture This! Lost and Found on a Mountain! - Section 5: Students Take a Turn


As students work, there are often questions about character names and ideas. The students make predictions about what will happen based on the information in the text. In this situation, the students were predicting how the penguin left. Several students guessed a boat or tube, but I suggested that they use what they know from the text by returning to the ideas in the book and using clues from the story.

  Student Led Inquiry: Use the story resources
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Picture This! Lost and Found on a Mountain!

Unit 10: Imaging & Visualizing - Can You Make a Picture In Your Head?
Lesson 7 of 19

Objective: SWBAT use information gained words in text to demonstrate understanding of the plot.

Big Idea: Put the images on the mountain!

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, Fiction (Reading), 2nd Grade, characters, story elements, visualizing, climax, plot, imaging
  55 minutes
plot mountain worksheet
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