Reflection: Student Ownership Seventh Grade - Section 3: After Reading


As we all know, continuing with after reading strategies is important for students to continue a deeper understanding of text.  Providing specific steps for students to complete and recognize as a step in reading is crucial for students to increase their reading comprehension.  Having them reflect back upon the text and reading strategies they used, assists the student in recognizing how to be a successful reader.

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Seventh Grade

Unit 4: Reading
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT critically analyze Gary Soto's "Seventh Grade" using previously learned reading strategies.

Big Idea: How has seventh grade changed throughout the years?

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