Reflection: Exit Tickets Magic Tree House Ancient Greece Dynamic Duo: Day 4 - Section 5: Review and Celebrate


Today, I asked the students to write advice to a peer about the skills we are working on this week.  I will read through their Post-its  to see how well they are doing with our skills this week, as an exit ticket.  This is a quick informal way to see if students are grasping the big idea of main idea and supporting details, and summary writing.  The Post-its will be passed out tomorrow to help students on their last day of the Dynamic Duo.

  Post-It Advice for a Peer
  Exit Tickets: Post-It Advice for a Peer
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Magic Tree House Ancient Greece Dynamic Duo: Day 4

Unit 6: Ancient Greece, Dragons, Gods, and Giants!
Lesson 4 of 18

Objective: SWBAT read informational text, identify the main idea, and two supporting detail quotes from the text. SWBAT read fictional literature and write a summary including the most important events and character information to show their understanding of the story. SWBAT write complete sentences with correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling of high-frequency words.

Big Idea: Students pair informational and fiction texts while reading and writing about ancient Greece

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English / Language Arts, Ancient Greece, main idea, pairing, fiction, third grade, evidence, supporting details, informational text, Summary Writing, mythology, quotations, ancient, olympics, Mary Pope Osborne, Magic Tree House
  40 minutes
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