Reflection: Accountability Meet the Books: Visualization and Inferences Guide Novel Selection - Section 1: Do Now: Reflect on First Novel Work

 

An added benefit of asking students to reflect on the previous unit is that they may realize they lacked accountability themselves. They heard from peers who were frustrated that not everyone read--perhaps they won't want to let their classmates down again. Peer pressure isn't always bad.

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Meet the Books: Visualization and Inferences Guide Novel Selection

Unit 3: Text Structure and Language Use in Literature
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Objective: SWBAT make inferences based on text excerpts to visualize setting and characters for novel choices.

Big Idea: A woman marked in red stands before the prison door. A man walks into a blizzard. A girl enters a ramshackle cabin in fear. Inferences help students choose books.

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