Reflection: Flexibility Literature Circle Reading Day: Chapters 1-6 - Section 2: Reviewing Directions: A (Re)Read Though


Some thoughts on re-reading the directions; in order to ensure students understood the project, I needed the flexibility to adapt part of class to review.

  Flexibility: Review for Student Success
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Literature Circle Reading Day: Chapters 1-6

Unit 14: Literacy: "To Kill A Mockingbird" Collaborative Study
Lesson 2 of 15

Objective: SWBAT analyze how Scout interacts with her family and peers through independently reading and completion of literature circle assignments for Chapters 1-6

Big Idea: “Our daddy’s a friend of your daddy’s. Scout here, she’s crazy—she won’t fight you any more.” Students learn how Scout learns to interact with others.

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