Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Language of Images - Section 5: Students Take a Turn

 

This student shares her imaging ideas as she draws. Feedback on her thoughts as she is creating the images is a formative assessment. As kids work, walk around and ask them what they are drawing and why they are making those images. Kids have great ideas and are very creative, but should be able to share how they got the ideas. If you hear they got the ideas from background knowledge, the picture, and words from the story, then they are using the strategy correctly. If they are drawing a picture of what happened to them, it might be time to follow up and remind them to use the text and illustrations to image, not to create a picture of their own life.

  Checks for Understanding: Talking kids through their images
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The Language of Images

Unit 10: Imaging & Visualizing - Can You Make a Picture In Your Head?
Lesson 13 of 19

Objective: SWBAT describe how words and phrases help images that supply rhythm and meaning in a story.

Big Idea: Words create great images for us! We explore "quiet places" in this lesson and discover the meaning behind rich, figurative language.

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, Literature, Fiction (Reading), 2nd Grade, visualizing, imaging, figurative language
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