Reflection: Self-Talk Tall Tale Treasury - Section 3: Evaluation

 

You can't go wrong with Tall Tales.  Kids enjoy hearing them, creating them, sharing them.  The added component of the "Somebody Wanted But So" summarization is the perfect way to gauge their comprehension and help them learn how to construct meaningful summaries.

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Tall Tale Treasury

Unit 18: Tall Tales and Legends Conglomeration
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Objective: TSWBAT read a collection of tall tales establishing the unique characteristics of this genre using details in the text.

Big Idea: Glorious amount of fabulous tall tales destined to entertain and thrill audiences of all ages!

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