Reflection: Flexibility The 'What's and 'Where's of Literature - Section 5: Students Take a Turn


From my explanation of how to write questions that really focus on character development and that have good evidence, one student took those ideas and added them to her own.  When I checked on her questions, she shared that she had made a pattern with her questions. What a cute thing to do.

I applauded her work with patterning, but we checked for questions that were focused and had evidence as the requirement. She did well with these too.

  Flexibility: The Funny Things That Kids Do
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The 'What's and 'Where's of Literature

Unit 9: Questioning - Get to the Heart of the Text!!
Lesson 12 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use key details from illustrations and words in a story to show how the characters develop.

Big Idea: The pictures and words help us answer questions about the characters.

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, Listening and Speaking, 2nd Grade, illustration, The Kissing Hand, Reading Strategies, reading , questioning, characters, beginning/middle/end
  55 minutes
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