Reflection: Checks for Understanding Putting it All Together - Section 6: Ticket Out the Door


I was curious to see if my students really understood how the events in the story influenced the character's behavior.  Nearly all of my students seemed to understand that if their described event had not happened the character would not have responded or did what he did in the story.

In the future I may use this prompt as a writing assignment to re-write the ending of the story or that section of the story.

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Putting it All Together

Unit 1: Events and Characters
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT describe how the characters and events are related throughout the story

Big Idea: It all fits together! Your students will further explore how the sequence of events and the characters response or reaction to the events make the story complete.

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