Reflection: Complex Tasks Speaking, Listening and Writing Compound Contrasting Sentences - Section 4: Closure


I really want to push my students to answer questions as coherently as possible.  As I think about how students are going to have to respond to text and what is going to be asked of them on the PARCC assessment, I know students are going to have to be as specific as possible.  I also think about the skills my students will need in order to be College and Career ready.  They must be able to articulate their thinking with specificity.  I feel this task enabled my students to start on the path in order to get them ready for what is to come in future years.  Take a look at my students work in the video here: Student Work Contrasting Goldilocks Stories.mp4.

  Complex Tasks: Getting Coherent and Specific in Writing
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Speaking, Listening and Writing Compound Contrasting Sentences

Unit 16: Comparing and Contrasting Two Different Goldilocks Stories
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT use text-based information from their double bubble maps to write complex contrasting sentences using connecting words.

Big Idea: Today we are contrasting and writing compound sentences using a connecting word. We are synthesizing our understanding of the differences in details from the stories we have worked on this week!

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English / Language Arts, Literature, folklore (Fictional Lit), Reading Comprehension, compare and contrast
  40 minutes
goldie day 4
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