Reflection: Checks for Understanding Can Mice Tell Time? - Section 3: Assessment


When children are learning to read, organize their work and then retell, it is important to give them lots of practice with the skills you have taught.  Although this lesson was not specifically about retelling, it does not hurt to give the children additional practice to see if they still understand previous skills taught.  These little practice sheets are a good way to double check that the skill taught has not been lost.

  Checks for Understanding: Building onto the Lesson
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Can Mice Tell Time?

Unit 3: Nursery Rhymes Revisited
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT identify the words in the nursery rhyme Hickory, Dickory Dock and organize them into sentences. Student Objective: I can put words in order to make a sentence.

Big Idea: Nursery Rhymes reinforce high-frequency words and feature consistent decodable words.

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