Reflection: Gradual Release What Happened and When? - Section 1: Prepare the Learner


At this time of year I will generally stop the video at key points and check for understanding.  I will also highlight key events in the story so that students are prepared for the even sequencing activity.

 Ideally, but the end of the year, I want this to be an unencumbered review of the story to prepare students for the (almost) weekly sequencing activity that our series calls for. 

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  Gradual Release: Video usage
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What Happened and When?

Unit 1: School
Lesson 6 of 21

Objective: SWBAT examine and identify three major events from the story-beginning, middle and end.

Big Idea: What's your name? Each of us has a name and our names make us special.

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