Reflection: Diverse Entry Points What Happened?! - Section 3: Extending Understanding


This lesson went very well.  It is important to go slow to go fast.  I model EVERYTHING multiple times during the first few months of the year.  Students need to see, hear and perform activities under a very guided setting to gain independence and understanding.  If I try to rush through this process, I will do a lot of reteaching throughout the year.

Students were able to be successful in this part of the lesson because it was a manageable activity done at a manageable pace.

  Go slow to go fast
  Diverse Entry Points: Go slow to go fast
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What Happened?!

Unit 1: School
Lesson 11 of 21

Objective: SWBAT examine the relationship between text and picture and how they tell about sequence of a story.

Big Idea: What do kindergartners like about school?

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