Reflection: Modeling Imagine That! Make a Picture In Your Mind! - Section 4: Students Take a Turn


In this lesson, the students are relying on details from the text to make their images (as opposed to just their imagination) and that it is very important to always base the images in your mind on what you have read in the text. As you teach lessons on imaging, make sure to go back to the text so it is Common Core aligned. Here are some images that the students created. As they worked, I continued to ask - 'Where in the text does it show what happened to the tree?"  "Is there evidence of the storm?"

  Modeling: Images are Based on the Author's Words
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Imagine That! Make a Picture In Your Mind!

Unit 10: Imaging & Visualizing - Can You Make a Picture In Your Head?
Lesson 5 of 19

Objective: SWBAT use information gained from words in print to demonstrate understanding of its setting.

Big Idea: How Does Imaging Help Us Read?

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