Reflection: Intervention and Extension Alphabet Adventure - Section 3: Assessment


The students enjoyed these stories by Audrey and Bruce Wood so much that I extended the lessons to include the books Alphabet Mystery and Alphabet Rescue.  The children are amazed how the stories build on one another and at the end of each book,show Charlie's growth from spelling words, to writing a sentence, to writing a letter.  I use this information to create a mini-lesson on each of those components of writing.

  Intervention and Extension: Alphabet Mystery
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Alphabet Adventure

Unit 10: Making a Reading and Writing Connection
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: SWBAT take an idea from a story that has been read to them and create a narrative writing piece from it. Student Objective: I can write a story about an adventure that I would like to go on.

Big Idea: Students can create a narrative writing piece by using stories to generate ideas.

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