Reflection: Lesson Planning Mythology Reading Groups, Day 6 - Section 3: Group Discussion


Taking the quiz and grading the quiz during class took longer than I thought it would today, so we did not get to finish group discussions and work on projects as is stated on the Mythology Reading Plan for Day 6. This puts us behind schedule and will affect what we do over the next few days, but that's okay. The priority is that everyone has the opportunity to apply comprehension skills, gets instant feedback and sees improvement in their ability to understand myths. I added a note-to-self in my plan book to allow more time for this lesson next year.

  So much to do, so little time!
  Lesson Planning: So much to do, so little time!
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Mythology Reading Groups, Day 6

Unit 11: Mythology
Lesson 11 of 16

Objective: SWBAT read, comprehend and analyze a variety of myths.

Big Idea: Why did Aphrodite think Atalnata needed to be taught a lesson? How did Milanion attempt to slow Atalanta down in the race? Read on to find out!

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