Reflection: Routines and Procedures Adventure Book Report - Section 1: Warm Up


The kids will undoubtedly want to back up their ideas with personal stories, etc. during this Warm Up activity, but in the interest of time, I'd avoid opening this can of worms.  Let them know they'll have time to share these stories at an assigned, "ADVENTURE SHARE" and then really do it.  I have found that it's a great time filler when you have that extra five minutes until lunch, for example.  The kids will appreciate your follow through, as well.

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Adventure Book Report

Unit 7: Reports for Many Genres
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: TSWBAT demonstrate understanding of the book by writing a narrative poem.

Big Idea: Narrative poetry tells the story you can't wait to hear!

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