Lesson: Leading from Problem to Solution
State Standard: 3.LT-EF.12.
Standard Name: 3.LT-U.3. Identify the elements of stories and analyze how major events lead from problem to solution. (Focus on characters changing over time.)
Objective 3.LT-U.3. Identify the elements of stories and analyze how major events lead from problem to solution. (Focus on characters changing over time.)
Do-Now: Chose a problem you have solved in your class. Pass the problem out to the students and have them work in groups to draw the steps that led the problem to the solution.
Opening: *When you go to time out and do a reflection form, you often tell me that you will change your behavior. But I often want you to prove it. How can you prove that your behavior has changed?
*Hundred Dresses: Review how the character changed and what evidence from the text shows that the character changed.
Model how to write: The character changed by. I know this because it says….(show how to cite evidence from the text).
Show how one events leads from another through stepping stones or important points. Make sure you relate it to important details that are taking the problem to the solution and how you don’t’ have to state everything that is happening you should just focus on important information. Model using a chart
Guided Practice: Read a story with a defined problem and solution and write rout the steps that the story takes to get the story from problem to solution. List the steps as stepping stones to get form the problem to the solution.
Students complete a problem through solution walk using their independent reading books. Students can also do this for problems they are seeing in the class.
Closing: Whenever there is a problem there is usually a solution and things happen that lead you from problem to solution.
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