Reflection: Debate Kenny & the Dragon Day Five: Chapter 8 & Chapter 9 - Section 2: Review of Yesterday's Literature


My students really enjoy discussing our shared texts.  I try to give them daily opportunities to talk with a partner, in small groups, or as a whole class, about materials we are reading.  If you choose to have your students share and debate ideas together, be sure to model and give expectations for healthy conversation.  Sharing ideas around a shared text is a great way to build your classroom community and practice speaking and listening skills!

  Comprehension Isn't Always Quiet
  Debate: Comprehension Isn't Always Quiet
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Kenny & the Dragon Day Five: Chapter 8 & Chapter 9

Unit 6: Ancient Greece, Dragons, Gods, and Giants!
Lesson 15 of 18

Objective: SWBAT read grade level literature, and write an abridged summary for each chapter showing comprehension of the most important events, character, and summary information in a novel. SWBAT create an engaging audio recording and visual display of one of their abridged summaries.

Big Idea: Read literature, write abridged summaries, and answer comprehension questions

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English / Language Arts, comprehension question, novel, grammar, third grade, rubric, Summary Writing, technology, illustration, audio recording, Kenny & the Dragon, Kenny and the Dragon, abridged summary, Camtasia
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