Reflection: Student Feedback How Does Conflict Affect Tone?: Open Response Writing Planning using PEE Organizer - Section 4: Wrap Up


I found that this Questioning technique help students to think critically.  A few students had difficulty at first framing questions until they heard others which was a model for their thinking.

For longer Wrap Up's you could go to a Round two which would involve matching two pairs and letting them answer one question each.  This could be continued, making the group larger and larger, depending on how much time is left.  I think I'll try this in a future lesson.

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How Does Conflict Affect Tone?: Open Response Writing Planning using PEE Organizer

Unit 8: Romeo and Juliet
Lesson 7 of 13

Objective: SWBAT cite specific evidence from the text and demonstrate comprehension by writing a coherent draft for an open response which conveys information clearly and accurately.

Big Idea: Preparation for writing an explanatory essay is key!

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