Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Plotting the Central Message - Section 2: Guided Practice


I decided to use prompts to drive students reading because I want to introduce students to this type of reading so that they can become more accustom to reading for discovery so that as they move into reading more complex texts, they will have an easier time thinking about what they are reading. 

  Questioning What You Read
  Discourse and Questioning: Questioning What You Read
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Plotting the Central Message

Unit 11: Reading for Key Ideas and Details
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine the central message by exploring the plot.

Big Idea: How do I determine the author’s message?

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English / Language Arts, Reading, plot, A Fine, Fine, School by Sharon Creech, central message
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