Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Write the Room Punctuation - Section 2: Procedure


I designed two sets of clue cards for my class.  Some clue cards do not have punctuation marks on them.  These are designed to give the children who are more advanced a challenge to figure out the punctuation marks on their own.  The other set of cards are marked so that the children who need the extra information to accomplish the objective, have what they need.  I like this type of lesson because the children that don't sit still well, can move around and still learn from the activity.

  Meeting the needs of all my students
  Diverse Entry Points: Meeting the needs of all my students
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Write the Room Punctuation

Unit 9: Learning About Punctuation
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT place punctuation marks in the proper place using clues from signs around the room. Student Objective: I can find clues in the room to help me put periods, question marks, and exclamation marks in the right places.

Big Idea: Using a "Write the Room" activity to identify punctuation motivates students to practice this new skill.

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