Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Hickory Dickory Dock! What Else Can Run Up The Clock? - Section 3: Assessment


One of the ways that I help the varying ability levels of my students do this assignment is by marking their paper with a red and a purple crayon.  If you noticed, on the chart I had all of the nouns (animals) written in red and the verbs (motions) written in purple.  The children can look to the chart and choose a word from the red list and then the purple list to fill in their work.  This allows success for the range of abilities.

  Diverse Entry Points: One Way to Differentiate
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Hickory Dickory Dock! What Else Can Run Up The Clock?

Unit 3: Nursery Rhymes Revisited
Lesson 12 of 14

Objective: SWBAT substitute a verb for the word "run" in the nursery rhyme, Hickory Dickory Dock. Student Objective: I can exchange the word "run" for another action word.

Big Idea: It's fun using a familiar nursery rhyme as a foundation for building vocabulary of new verbs!

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