Reflection: Advanced Students Characters' Point of View - Section 1: Strategy Group


I had one student in this group who had already finished the book and had turned in her notes for the novel.  She had written a plan using boxes and bullets for her summary.  Next she copied over her plan into a final summary.  

She probably did not need to complete the worksheet because when I read her summary, I knew that she was tracking the important parts of the book.  But, she was happy to do more work around the title and the comprehension worksheet helped her to think about Ms. Wentworth's views compared to the Merriam's point of view.

  Advanced Students: Monitoring Comprehension
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Characters' Point of View

Unit 9: Historical Fiction- American Revolution
Lesson 8 of 13

Objective: SWBAT answer literal, inferential, and point of view questions about a text

Big Idea: Close Readings

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