Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Event Sequencing - Section 3: Application


I will stick with comparing two biographies or two "events" when I do this next year.  Other than using the skill of transferring information from the text to the organizer, which was good practice, I don't think the lesson was as powerful as it could have been. Comparing the two I chose was comparing apples to oranges.  Sometimes I'm surprised I don't think of these things beforehand.

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Event Sequencing

Unit 8: Structuring Informational Text
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: TSWBAT complete and compare biography organizers to analyze informational texts.

Big Idea: Order in the Story! Sequence the events to find the order you're looking for.

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