Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation The Three Little Pigs - Section 3: Group Work


Giving the students choices seems to motivate them. My students ask me if they could provide a solution for the wolf or the pig. I agree, because I am wanting to foster their analyzing skills. Whether they create another solution for the wolf or pig, they are still applying their understanding of the characters creatively.

  Student Choice
  Intrinsic Motivation: Student Choice
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The Three Little Pigs

Unit 18: Main Idea from Fiction
Lesson 1 of 4

Objective: SWBAT use key details from the text to describe the characters and events.

Big Idea: Build upon prior knowledge and allow students to analyze different versions of The Three Little Pigs. You know it will be fun!

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