Reflection: Lesson Planning Student Reviews - Extended Response - Section 1: Warm Up


It came to my attention this week as students worked on the comparison of film and text versions that, while I had used it, my students where unclear on the term "medium".  Some of them understood, but a vast majority did not.

So, I saw an opportunity for them to both gain an understanding and hopefully enhance their work for today by presenting this concept in our opener.

What I realized while reading their work later was that I missed a golden opportunity.  I should have required them to utilize the word in the written task. 

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Student Reviews - Extended Response

Unit 11: Drama Unit
Lesson 9 of 15

Objective: SWBAT write a comparative review of Scholastic Scope's dramatic adaptation of the film The Book Thief.

Big Idea: Your turn to be the critic.

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